Elisha K Godfrey

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This article reviews the reactivation of the latent varicella-zoster virus infection within the sensory dorsal root ganglia resulting in shingles. Although the association between surgery and reactivation of the varicella-zoster virus is known, we feel it is important to keep the diagnosis of shingles in mind especially in a patient with sudden onset of(More)
Visual impairment and blindness associated with general anesthesia and prone positioning in spine surgery have been increasing in incidence over the past several decades. Corneal abrasion, the most common ophthalmologic injury, is usually self-limiting. However, prolonged surgical procedures (>7 hours) associated with acute blood loss anemia, hypotension,(More)
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