Jonathan P. Eskander

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BACKGROUND C5 nerve palsy is a known complication of cervical spine surgery. The development and etiology of this complication are not completely understood. The purpose of the present study was to determine whether rotation of the cervical spinal cord predicts the development of a C5 palsy. METHODS We performed a retrospective review of prospectively(More)
Study Design Case report. Objective This case exemplifies the importance of a high index of suspicion when dealing with intractable pain and neurologic symptoms in patients with a history of cancer. Fallopian tube cancer is relatively uncommon, accounting for less than 0.2% of all female malignancies. Because of a low index of suspicion, it is often(More)
to the base of the axis. The artery transitions posterior to enter the foramen transversarium in the posterolateral part of the ring of the atlas. It continues posterior through the atlantoaxial membrane to enter the foramen magnum where it combines with the contralateral VA to form the basilar artery providing the blood supply to the brain stem and(More)
BACKGROUND Traditional techniques for the treatment of isthmic spondylolisthesis pass a fibular dowel graft across the L5-S1 disc by using the anterior portion of the L5 body. OBJECTIVE To introduce a technique for the treatment of isthmic spondylolisthesis in the setting of multilevel degenerative disc disease in adults. Our modified technique allows us(More)
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