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AANS Neurosurgeon | Volume 28, Number 2, 2019



The Evidence is Against the Use of Steroids for Acute Spinal Cord Injury Treatment: Part 2

Stereotactic Radiosurgery: A Neurosurgical Technology

To Cut or Not to Cut: Surgery in the Management of Patients with Low-grade Glioma

Decompressive Hemicraniectomy: Update on Applications for Large Territory Stroke

50 Years Later: Current Management of Tarlov Cyst

Traversing the Paradox of Residency Training

The Evidence is Against the Use of Steroids for Acute Spinal Cord Injury Treatment: Part I

Cerebral Vasospasm after Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: Holding on to Old Beliefs

Transradial Access for Cerebral Angiography: An Old Idea Made New Again

Psychosurgery: History’s Trash Heap or Tomorrow’s Promise

Neuronavigation – An Evolution in Fits and Starts

To Err Is Humane

Hit the Reset Button: Deep Brain Stimulation for Chronic Pain

Watch, Shunt, Fenestrate: The Evolution of Management of Arachnoid Cysts

Abandoned Practices in the Medical Management of TBI


Bookshelf: Under the Knife: Remarkable Stories from the History of Surgery – A Review

Code Red: Essential Neurosurgical Coding

Editorial License: Did I Really do That?

The Neurosurgeon's Studio: Hotel California: Pharmacology Triumphs over Discipline

Wellness Outside the OR: Exercise for the Surgeon: Part 7 of Counteracting the Effect Surgery Takes on the Surgeon

Inside Neurosurgeon

Washington Watch: The Evolution of Evaluation and Management Coding: An Analysis of Two Proposals

President's Perspective: “License to Kill” – Material Factual Inaccuracy

AANS International: AANS/EANS Training Course Exchange: A New International Opportunity

AANS News: Notice of Disciplinary Action

AANS Student

What Works: An Approach to being a Neurosurgery Mentee

Perioperative Pain Control in the Era of Opioid Misuse

Prior Authorization – The Filibuster of Healthcare

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