Thank you for giving me the opportunity to give a counterpoint on the question of concurrent surgery. I must say, I found this a difficult task. Opinions are strong, and history is well-established at many …Read More
As the leading, socioeconomic publication of organized neurosurgery, AANS Neurosurgeon would like to recognize the best of 2016. As before in the printed compendium, the main criteria for article inclusion was online popularity along with …Read More
Imagine this scenario: you are seated in the waiting room of the pre-eminent academic center in your city while your family member undergoes elective surgery. When the surgeon enters the waiting room, you give a …Read More
The topic of multiple surgical procedures occurring at the same time and attended to by the same surgeon has become of greater societal and clinical interest in the past one to two years partly because …Read More
John Stuart Mill’s introduced us first to the concept of what may be best for an individual (in this example, a single patient) is not necessarily good for the masses (all the patients with that …Read More
Neurosurgeons have a long tradition, dating back to Cushing and Dandy, of commitment to quality patient outcomes and so have been ahead of the curve in many areas:Innovation in resident educationTechnological advancementQuality outcome registriesThus, it …Read More
GOODMAN Oral Board Preparation Course Tumor
Nov. 1-3, 2017; Glendale, Ariz.
Washington University/St. Louis Children’s Comprehensive SEEG Course
Aug. 10-12, 2017; St. Louis
Tennessee Neurological Society Annual Meeting
Aug. 11-12, 2017; Nashville, Tenn.