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video of cp angle epidermoid surgery.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1-wixWy098--- This is url of my video about surgery on cp angle epidermoid in a patient.


Book of the month - Seven AVMs

Book of the month!


AANS Tuesday and Wednesday, 4/8 and 4/9

Aside from attending talks, the rest of my time at the meeting was spent around the Convention Center, meeting with people, finding old friends and colleagues, and visiting the exhibit hall.


Acute subdural haematoma in a neonate

A 19 years old primagravida delivered a female baby 5 days back in a hospital. A breach delivery was conducted and baby slipped out of hands of the assistant conducting the delivery. The baby did not ...


AANS Monday 4/7/14 - Expanding Neurosurgery

The theme of this year's AANS meeting is Expanding Neurosurgery. Several talks Monday morning discussed this important topic.


AANS Opening Ceremonies Start the Meeting Off in Great Fashion

The AANS meeting is under way, with dynamic Opening Ceremonies kicking things off very nicely. AANS President Bill Couldwell welcomed us to San Francisco and to the meeting, and introduced two award w ...


Videos of Surgical Approaches to the Cerebellopontine Angle

Neurosurgical Focus: Special Supplements 36:1 2014 was dedicated to Surgical Approaches to the Cerebellopontine Angle. Free access to this great collection of papers can be found here: http://thejns.o ...

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