Performing surgery from within blood vessels has created a non-invasive highway to the brain and a disruptive advance in the field of neurosurgery.
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Un-abating pain after spinal cord injury may come from nerves that are not directly impacted by the injury. This so-called neuropathic pain is caused by a malfunction of the nerves and is particularly difficult to remedy.
When Jefferson emergency room technician Jesse Lentz, EDT, recently found herself challenged with epilepsy-related health issues she experienced first-hand the high caliber of Emergency, Critical Care, and Neuroscience patient care Jefferson offers.
Could a stroke really be caused by extreme emotion? Dr. Pascal Jabbour, a vascular neurosurgeon at the Vickie and Jack Farber Institute of Neuroscience at Jefferson explains.