July 2015: Infamous Neurological Injuries and Disease: Cases and Events of Historical, Political, Cultural, and Scientific Impact

Infamous Neurological Injuries and Disease—click here to listen.

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In this podcast, topic editor Dr. Mark Preul of the Barrow Neurological Institute, Phoenix, Arizona,  speaks with Dr. Ed Laws of the Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts.  They discuss Dr. Laws and colleagues’ article,  “The neurosurgeon as baseball fan and inventor: Walter Dandy and the batter’s helmet,” which appears in this month’s issue. Click here for this month’s issue of Neurosurgical Focus.

June 2015: Deep Brain Stimulation Applications

Deep Brain Stimulation Applications—click here to listen.

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In this podcast, topic editor Dr. Kim Burchiel of the Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, Oregon, speaks with Dr. Michael Oh of the Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.  They discuss Dr. Oh and colleagues’ article:  “Deep brain stimulation for obesity: past, present, and future targets,” which appears in this month’s issue. Click here for this month’s issue of Neurosurgical Focus.

May 2015: Craniosynostosis: Modern Treatment Strategies

Craniosynostosis: Modern Treatment Strategies—click here to listen.

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In this podcast, topic editor Dr. Mark Krieger of  the University of Southern California, Los Angeles, speaks with Dr. Jennifer Kosty of the University of Cincinnati, Ohio.  They discuss Dr. Kosty and colleagues’ article “Insights into the development of molecular therapies for craniosynostosis,” which appears in this month’s issue. Click here to find this month’s issue of Neurosurgical Focus.

March 2015: Neurooncology: Update on Therapeutic Options

Neurooncology: Update on Therapeutic Options—click here to listen.

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In this podcast, topic editor Dr. Thomas Chen of  University of Southern California, Los Angeles, speaks with Dr. Tobias Mattei of Brain & Spine Center/Kenmore Mercy Hospital, Buffalo, New York.  They discuss Dr. Mattei and colleagues’ article,  “The effects of alternating electric fields in glioblastoma: current evidence on therapeutic mechanisms and clinical outcomes,” which appears in this month’s issue. Click here for the March issue of Neurosurgical Focus.

January 2015: Low-Grade Gliomas: Pathophysiology and Management Strategies

Low-Grade Gliomas: Pathophysiology and Management Strategies—click here to listen.

podcast_sIn this podcast, topic editor Dr. Bob Carter of University of California, San Diego, speaks with Dr. Florian Ringel of Technische Universität München, Klinikum rechts der Isar, Munich, Germany. They discuss Dr. Ringel and colleagues’ article: “Functional preoperative and intraoperative mapping and monitoring increasing safety and efficacy in glioma surgery,” which appears in this month’s issue. Find the January issue of Neurosurgical Focus  here.

October 2014: Advances in Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery

Advances in Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery—click here to listen.

 

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In this podcast, topic editor Dr. Ted Schwartz of  Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, New York, speaks with Dr. Daniel Prevedello of Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. They discuss Dr. Prevedello and colleagues’ article  “Immediate complications associated with high flow cerebrospinal fluid egress during endoscopic endonasal skull base surgery.” which appears in this month’s issue of Neurosurgical Focus. Click here for the issue.

September 2014: AVMs: Strategies for Management and Outcome

AVMs: Strategies for Management and Outcome

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In this podcast, topic editor Dr. Aaron Cohen-Gadol of Indiana University, Indianapolis, speaks with Dr. Michael Lawton of the University of California, San Francisco. They discuss Dr. Lawton and colleagues’ article  “Treatment and outcomes of ARUBA-eligible patients with unruptured brain arteriovenous malformations at a single institution,” which appears in this month’s issue. Find the issue of Neurosurgical Focus here.

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