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An Innovation in Neurosurgical Simulation
Ultrarealistic model designed with special-effects team allows more effective training in minimally invasive technique.
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New Center for Stiff Person Syndrome
Johns Hopkins sees more patients with this rare disease than any other medical institution in the world—both to provide treatment and to conduct research to develop better approaches in the future.
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Video: Microsurgery for Bilateral Supratentorial Aneurysms
Watch as Rafael Tamargo, director of the Johns Hopkins Cerebrovascular Center, discusses the case of a 50-year-old woman with incidental bilateral aneurysms.
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A Deeper Understanding of MS and Vitamin D
By developing better knowledge of the relationship between vitamin D and MS, neurologist Ellen Mowry and colleagues use findings to improve patient care.
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9 New Faculty Members Join the Departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery
The Departments of Neurology and Neurosurgery and have recently grown by nine new faculty members, expanding the volume, scope and expertise of these groups.
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