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AANS Neurosurgeon | Volume 28, Number 3, 2019



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The Annual Neurosurgery Charity Softball Tournament: Team Building Through Competitive Sports

Triathlons and Neurosurgery: Part 2

Football and Neurosurgery: More in Common than You Think

Why I Like Running Marathons

Competitive Weightlifting and the Spine

How Sports Prepared Me for Neurosurgery

Diversity of Experience: Hockey and Neurosurgery

Why I Row

The Neurosurgeons Sports Medicine Laboratory

Triathlons and Neurosurgery: Part 1

From Takedowns to Tumors: The Wrestling Mindset and Neurosurgery

Soccer-to-Surgeon Paradigm: Why is there Better Technology at the World Cup than in the Operating Room?

Return to Play following Concussion in Football: Our NFL Experience Part 2

The Sports Neurosurgeon

A Life of Sports and Neurosurgery

Ride for Life

Return to Play following Concussion in Football: our NFL Experience Part 1

Trek to K2 Base Camp: The Savage Mountain

The Football and Neurosurgery Connection

Skiing and Neurosurgery

Gone Fishing

Dance and Neurosurgery: Parallels in Art and Science


Wellness Outside the OR: Exercise for the Surgeon 8: Counteracting the Effect Surgery Takes on the Surgeon

The Neurosurgeon's Studio: The Years of Living Ambidextrously

Bookshelf: Deep Medicine: How Artificial Intelligence Can Make Healthcare Human Again

Code Red: Code Red: Neurosurgical Essentials

Editorial License: Baltimore Colts to Neurosurgery

Editorial License: Sports and Neurosurgery: Embrace the Suck

Inside Neurosurgeon

Washington Watch: Neurosurgery in Washington

AANS Student

Living on Both Sides of Medicine: Figure Skater Turned Medical Student

The Potential for Peripheral Nerve Lacerations in Skiing

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