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I got an email the other day from someone who was about to have brain surgery. This, in and of itself, isn’t anything new – since writing about my own surgery, I get a couple of emails a week from people who are in similar (or, as is often the case, far scarier) situations. But…
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Dagmar Turner, 53, from the Isle of Wight, had a 8cm by 4cm brain tumour removed in January. During the procedure Professor Keyoumars Ashkan woke her up to check she could still play.
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The brain is best described as the component of your body that holds the reins to all its other major and minor systems, even while you are asleep! When you have surgery it is always wise to learn about the possible side effects of brain surgery. In order for you or any other person to successfully carry out an action, the real governor of your body (the brain) draws information from all the sensory organs, processes it and finally enables you to complete the particular action. This process…
It is the four week anniversary of my surgery today… I’m healing up slowly, getting better day by day! More blog posts to come in the next few weeks as I heal! They put you asleep…
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Com a legalização da maconha cada vez mais presente em diversos países, um número crescente de estudos começou a explorar os potenciais danos e benefícios da droga. Cientistas da Universidade do Colorado em&n
There are numerous types of brain surgery. The type used is based on the area of the brain and condition being treated.
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What Does "It’s Not Brain Surgery" Mean? this animation gives a clue how hard it is, worth sharing...
Toronto neurosurgeon Dr. Michael Cusimano, who pioneered what has become an international standard in neurosurgery, is once again breaking new ground, becoming the first surgeon in Canada to use a 3D camera to remove a brain tumour.
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