Highlighted articles from Thieme's Neurosurgery Journals
Journal of Neurological Surgery Part A
Predicting the Role of Preoperative Intramedullary Lesion Length and Early Decompressive Surgery in ASIA Impairment Scale Grade Improvement Following Subaxial Traumatic Cervical Spinal Cord Injury
Raj Kamal, Himanshu Verma, Sunil Narasimhaiah, Suruchi Chopra
Traumatic cervical spinal cord injury (TCSCI) is a disabling condition with uncertain neurologic recovery. Clinical and preclinical studies have suggested early surgical decompression and other measures of neuroprotection improve neurologic outcome.
Journal of Neurological Surgery Part B
Telemedicine for Neurosurgery Consultations at a Pituitary Center of Excellence: Patient Preference and Willingness to Proceed with Surgery
Alexander Craig McConnell Greven, James Miller Douglas, Jordan Couceyro, et al.
The purpose of this study was to evaluate pituitary tumor patient satisfaction with telemedicine, patient preference for telemedicine, potential socioeconomic benefit of telemedicine, and patients' willingness to proceed with surgery based on a telemedicine visit alone.