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A 25 year old male college student presents to the ER with complaint of sudden severe headache with an episode...
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How would you describe the location of this mass? a. Cerebellar b. Infratentorial c. Posterior fossa d. Suboccipital Answer: All...
Pituitary Adenoma Tumors at the pituitary are classified by SIZE and by SECRETIONS. They are treated with medication, surgery, or...
Glioblastoma: How fast do they grow? A 57 year old female presented with new onset seizure. An MRI was obtained...
Brown-Sequard Syndrome Injury to half the spinal cord, or “hemisection of the cord,” can occur with trauma, tumor, or disc...
Subdural Hematoma: When to Cut Subdural hematoma is a common neurosurgical problem. A subdural usually occurs in patients with significant...
D.D.A.V.P. your S.O.A.P. Making rounds on hospitalized patients can be easy. We’re good at sizing up a patient’s condition, moving...
On-Call Pitfalls Things that Kill. Things that Bother. Calls to the neurosurgery group can be divided into two groups: things...
When to get a head CT? How do you know when to order a head CT? A patient presents with...
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