Jeffrey S Hakim

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Techniques used to produce partial spinal cord injuries in animal models have the potential for creating variability in lesions. The amount of tissue affected may influence the functional outcomes assessed in the animals. The recording of somatosensory evoked potentials (SSEPs) may be a valuable tool for assessing the extent of lesion applied in animal(More)
  • Michael J Dickinson, L Ance, F B Osart, W E Dward Bracken, G Regory, J Hakim +3 others
  • 1996
The incipient stages of the 12–14 March 1993 ''superstorm'' (SS93) cyclogenesis over the Gulf of Mexico are examined. Noteworthy aspects of SS93 include 1) it is the deepest extratropical cyclone ever observed over the Gulf of Mexico during the 1957–96 period, and 2) existing operational prediction models performed poorly in simulating the incipient(More)
OBJECTIVE A single level discectomy is one of the most common procedures performed by spine surgeons. While some practitioners utilize the microscope, others do not. We postulate improved visualization with an intraoperative microscope decreases complications and inferior outcomes. METHODS A multicenter surgical registry was utilized for this(More)
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