The World of Neurosurgery: New Articles Out Now

The World of Neurosurgery: New Articles Out Now

Neurosurgeons around the world are united by their desire to help patients, especially in these unpredictable times. In the latest articles from AANS Neurosurgeon, authors share experiences of global neurosurgery and how the field has developed over time. New today:

Roger Stupp, MD; Mark Youngblood, MD, PhD

Martina Stippler, MD, FAANS; Jaini Shah

H. Hunt Batjer, MD, FAANS

Clarence B. Watridge, MD, FAANS(L)

Gail Rosseau, MD, FAANS; Walter D. Johnson, MD, FAANS(L)

Scott C. Mitchell

Gary D. VanderArk, MD, FAANS

The Search for a Biological Link between Reactivated HSV and Neurological Disease

Without even knowing it, most of us carry around latent Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) in our nervous system—a simple result of being born and living together with others carrying the virus.

Aerobic Exercise May Treat Persistent Post-concussive Symptoms in Adults

A new study will evaluate whether persistent symptoms following concussion, also known as post-concussion syndrome, can be treated using a personalized, progressive aerobic exercise program.

Novel use of Robotics for Neuroendovascular Procedures

Surgeons at the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University are pioneering the use of robotics in neuroendovascular procedures, which are performed via the blood vessels of the neck and brain.

Articles from Radiology November 2016

Prevalence, Clinical Management, and Natural Course of Incidental Findings onBrain MR Images: The Population-based Rotterdam Scan Study.
Psychoradiology: The Frontier of Neuroimaging in Psychiatry.
Arterial Spin Labeling to Predict Brain Tumor Grading in Children: Correlations between HistopathologicVascular Density and Perfusion MR Imaging.

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