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Tract Hemorrhage Grading Scale

Tract hemorrhage grading scale adapted from Ko et al.

Tract hemorrhag grading: grade 0 a—no hemorrhage, grade I b—minimal intraventricular hemorrhage or hematoma <1 cm, grade II c—hematoma <3 cm, grade III d—massive IVH, hematoma >3 cm… 32 more words

A decline in neurosurgeon-scientists means a decline in neuro-innovation

A recent Nature editorial summarizes disturbing evidence that surgeons are becoming less involved in research. For example, from 2006-2014 the proportion of NIH funding to surgical departments at the top 25 academic medical centres fell from 3% to 2.3% and a 2016 survey of 1000 academic surgeons found that most surgeons thought that they did not have the time nor the resources for research. 240 more words

Neurosurgery

Common Future Biomaterials for Spinal Implants

From the end of the last century to the beginning of the present, spinal implants used to be manufactured of metal alloys which include stainless steel, pure titanium and a blend of titanium-aluminium-vanadium. 273 more words

Brain Tumor Surgeons

Review | The Tale of the Duelling Neurosurgeons- Sam Kean

I’m revisiting my pop-science book collection, partly to get back into a habit of reading and partly to look at the range of styles available in popular science writing. 625 more words

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My FindATopDoc Profile

Kyle O. Colle, DO, FACOS, studied for his doctorate of osteopathic medicine at Nova Southeastern University – College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and graduated in 1996. 194 more words

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