It is now the Neurosurgery Department which is to be strengthened while having 02 experienced Neurosurgeons
, indeed this addition will improve patient care at MMCTH,'' he added.
To establish the impact of the medicolegal environment on the behaviours and perceptions of South African (SA) neurosurgeons
, a 40-question online survey was distributed to registered SA neurosurgeons
said that he contacted the reporter who wrote the false report and asked him to correct the mistake and take his pictures down.
Ghassan Skaf announced Thursday his bid to head the Order of Physicians in elections scheduled for May 19.
One fellowship trained neuroradiologist and one neurosurgeon
evaluated the images on PACS system separately.
The little girl, from Peasedown St John, near Bath, was rushed to Frenchay Hospital in Bristol where neurosurgeons
operated on her for four hours, opening up her skull so that the pencil could be removed.
The father-of-three has also been a consultant neurosurgeon
at University Hospital for almost 25 years.
would have had to split the facial skeleton or peel back the scalp and remove the skull on the forehead to complete the same operation.
This medical and scientific achievement is the result of four years of research by the team of BE[umlaut]chir Jarraya and Stephane Palfi, neurosurgeons
at Henri-Mendor Hospital in Paris.
is brilliant and all the theatre, ITU and ward staff are all very dedicated to their patients.
Raphael Ibanez has been forced to retire from rugby on the advice of his neurosurgeon
after failing to fully recover from a series of complex concussions.
Life in His Hands: The True Story of a Neurosurgeon
and a Pianist by Susan Wyndham, Picador Australia, RRP $32.