NeuroLogic Fall 2010
Allan Belzberg has successfully treated transverse myelitis patients by rerouting healthy nerves to take over the function of nerves affected by the disease.
Articles in this Issue
Allan Belzberg is rewiring healthy nerves to take over the function of damaged ones in patients with transverse myelitis.
Johns Hopkins neurosurgeons and colleagues in otolaryngology-head and neck surgery work together in the delicate task of resecting vestibular schwannomas.
Alex Coon is one of the country's few endovascular neurosurgeons, able to access the brain through the body's blood vessels.
Johns Hopkins' new Stroke Prevention Clinic aims to reduce repeat strokes by spending more time with patients who have common risk factors.
Johns Hopkins neurologists are reducing epilepsy patient's seizures using a modified form of the Atkins' high-fat, low-carb diet.