neurosurgeon


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neurosurgeon

 [noor″o-ser´jun]
a physician who specializes in neurosurgery.

neu·ro·sur·geon

(nū'rō-sŭr'jŭn),
A surgeon specializing in operations on the brain, spinal cord, spinal column, and peripheral nerves.

neurosurgeon

A surgeon specialised in managing diseases of the brain, spine and peripheral nerves.

neurosurgeon

A surgeon specialized in managing diseases of the brain, spine and peripheral nerves Meat & potatoes diseases Brain tumors, spinal cord disease Salary $245K + 15% bonus. See Critical care neurosurgeon.

neu·ro·sur·geon

(nūr'ō-sŭr'jŭn)
A surgeon specializing in operations on the nervous system.

neurosurgeon

a physician who specializes in neurosurgery.
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Memorial deemed it impossible for only one remaining neurosurgeon to cover cranial cases every hour of the day, seven days a week as required of Level 1 trauma centers.
Sadly, the reare all too many of these pitiful souls who would delight in ensuring that,just because Mr Hope is an eminent neurosurgeon,he still can be severely slapped down over something as petty as this.
We have also done procedures with neurosurgeons in which cholesteatomas have been removed from the epidural and even subdural area at the recommendation of neurosurgeons and with their involvement.
Instead of waiting months just to secure an appointment while her condition potentially worsened, a two-way live videoconference was arranged through the NORTH Network between herself and her doctor, and a neurosurgeon at Sunnybrook Hospital in Toronto.
The patient initially is evaluated by a neurosurgeon in a clinic setting where a physical examination is performed and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT) scans, and angiography films are reviewed.
The cumulative risks of recurrence requiring surgical salvage and/or late radiation complication is too high in my opinion," to use the Gamma Knife, San Francisco neurosurgeon Robert K.
Butthe neurosurgeon wants to meet me for a chat before he gives the final go ahead.
In addition, because Andy had lost consciousness at the scene and suffered head trauma, the trauma surgeon ordered a consultation by a neurosurgeon.
I telephoned the patient's neurosurgeon at his prestigious medical school.
If you write to the American Board of Neurological Surgery, they will send you information on becoming a neurosurgeon.
In a discussion with a client who was a neurosurgeon, Gifford learned the physician had little experience in working with builders and was about to be taken advantage of by one.