practisest, I practiced as a surgeon, including five years as a neurosurgeon.
The intrathecal baclofen delivery system is placed by a neurosurgeon during a surgical procedure under local or general anesthesia.
A neurosurgeon performing dorsal rhizotomy carefully cuts selected nerve roots in the spinal cord to prevent them from stimulating the spastic muscles.
Medical treatment is a multidisciplinary team effort often involving the pediatrician, a neurosurgeon, a rhematologist, and a neurologist.
In the late nineteenth century Paul Broca, a French neurosurgeon, identified an area of the left hemisphere that has a major role in the production of speech.
An intrathecal baclofen delivery system, surgically placed by a neurosurgeon, continuously releases prescribed amounts of baclofen in small doses directly into the spinal fluid via a small catheter and pump.
For four seasons the quiet town, located about 40 miles north of Salt Lake City, served as the backdrop for Everwood, which starred Treat Williams as workaholic neurosurgeon Andrew Brown.
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