JNS: Pediatrics September 12, 2014—click here to listen.
Ultrasonography for neonatal brachial plexus palsy. Case report.
The association between dental health and procedures and developing shunt infections in pediatric patients. Clinical article.
JNS: Pediatrics September 5, 2014—click here to listen.
Radial to axillary nerve neurotization for brachial plexus injury in children: a combined case series. Clinical article.
Endoscopic treatment of intraparenchymal arachnoid cysts in children. Clinical article.
JNS: Pediatrics August 29, 2014—click here to listen.
Avoiding early complications and reoperation during occipitocervical fusion in pediatric patients. Clinical article.
Nationwide practice patterns in the use of recombinant human bone morphogenetic protein–2 in pediatric spine surgery as a function of patient-, hospital-, and procedure-related factors. Clinical article.
Combined endoscopic third ventriculostomy and choroid plexus cauterization as primary treatment for infant hydrocephalus: a prospective North American series. Clinical article.
JNS: Pediatrics August 15, 2014—click here to listen.
Brain metastases in patients diagnosed with a solid primary cancer during childhood: experience from a single referral cancer center. Clinical article.
Estimation of normal computed tomography measurements for the upper cervical spine in the pediatric age group. Clinical article.
Epilepsy surgery failure in children: a quantitative and qualitative analysis. Clinical article.
JNS: Pediatrics August 8, 2014—click here to listen.
What is the risk of infecting a cerebrospinal fluid–diverting shunt with percutaneous tapping? Clinical article.
JNS: Pediatrics August 1, 2014—click here to listen.
Development of a de novo arteriovenous malformation after severe traumatic brain injury. Case report.
JNS : Pediatrics July 25, 2014—click here to listen.
Multifocal intraparenchymal hemorrhages after ventriculoperitoneal shunt surgery in infants. Clinical article.
Atypical location and clinical behavior of a subset of intracranial germ cell tumors in children younger than 3 years of age. Clinical article.
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