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NORTH NEUROSURGERY SERVICE REPORT John S. Yu, M.D. December 11, 1997.

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1 NORTH NEUROSURGERY SERVICE REPORT John S. Yu, M.D. December 11, 1997

2 THE INTERNS John MullenWilliam Curry David WhittakerDianne Sacco Kai MithoeferSapoora Manshaii Tracy GrikscheitShahin Tabatabaei Tamara Newman

3 THE RESIDENTS ROBERTO FRIEDLANDER MARIUS MAXWELL BOB CARTER RICHARD CHUNG SEPIDEH AMIN-HANJANI ALBERT LEE GREG LICHOLAI JONATHAN BRISMAN

4 I will keep this oath and this stipulation: to reckon him who taught me this Art equally dear to me as my parents. -The Oath of Hippocrates

5 I will keep this oath and this stipulation: to reckon him who taught me this Art equally dear to me as my parents. -The Oath of Hippocrates

6 NEUROLOGY ROTATORS ED SMITH JOHN MARKMAN ALBERT HUNG SHARON SAKURAI

7 ATTENDING STAFF NICHOLAS ZERVASROBERT OJEMANN PAUL CHAPMAN FRED BARKER LARRY BORGESBILL BUTLER NINO CHIOCCAREES COSGROVE GRIFF HARSHCHRIS OGILVY BROOKE SWEARINGEN WILLIAM SWEET ERNEST MATHEWSBURTON ONOFRIO

8 MAJOR CASES 165 MINOR CASES 25 TOTAL: 190 OPERATIVE SUMMARY

9 TRAUMA CRANIOTOMY FOR: SUBDURAL HEMATOMA (SDH)12 INTRAPARENCHYMAL HEMATOMA4 EPIDURAL HEMATOMA8 OPEN/DEPRESSED FRACTURES3 FRONTAL SINUS REPAIR5 BURR HOLES FOR CHRONIC SDH17 ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ TOTAL 49

10 CERVICAL SPINE ANTERIOR DISC with FUSION6 TRAUMA/STABILIZATION4 FORAMINOTOMY3 LAMINECTOMY FOR STENOSIS1 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ TOTAL14

11 THORACO-LUMBAR SPINE DEGENERATIVE/DISC 11 CAUDA EQUINA SYNDROME2 TRAUMA/STABILIZATION2 TUMOR /DECOMPRESSION4 LUMBAR STENOSIS2 MENINGIOMA1 SA HEMORRHAGE1 PSEUDOMENINGOCELE1 ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ TOTAL24

12 PEDIATRIC VENTRICULOPERITONEAL SHUNT1 SHUNT REVISION1 SUBDURAL-PERITONEAL SHUNT1 STEREOTACTIC BRAIN BIOPSY1 OPEN DEPRESSED SKULL FRACTURE1 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ TOTAL5

13 MISCELLANEOUS SHUNTS : VENTRICULOPERITONEAL5 EXTERNALIZATION2 VENTRICULOATRIAL1 REVISION2 INFECTION1 PLATING3 ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ TOTAL14

14 BRAIN BIOPSIES STEREOTACTIC: TUMOR6 HIV2 OPEN2 _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ TOTAL10

15 TUMORS MENINGIOMA (TENTORIAL, 3 PARASAGITTAL, TUBERCULUM ) ASTROCYTOMA4 OLIGODENDROGLIOMA1 METASTATIC CARCINOMA4 CRANIOPHARYNGIOMA2 COLLOID CYST1 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ TOTAL15

16 VASCULAR ANEURYSMS 13 CAROTID ENDARTERECTOMY5 HEMATOMA EVACUATION11 DECOMPRESSION FOR INFARCTION2 ARTERIOVENOUS MALFORMATION1 HEMICRANIECTOMY2 CAVERNOUS MALFORMATION1 ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ TOTAL35

17 MAJOR CASE SUMMARY SPINE38 VASCULAR35 TRAUMA49 MISCELLANEOUS14 TUMORS15 BIOPSY10 PEDIATRIC4 _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ TOTAL165

18 MINOR PROCEDURES VENTRICULOSTOMY11 ICP MONITOR14 _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ TOTAL25

19 ANEURYSMS posterior communicating4 anterior communicating4 middle cerebral2 paraclinoid1 distal anterior cerebral1 posterior cerebral1 TOTAL 13

20 NEUROPATHOLOGY E. TESSA HEDLEY-WHITE SUZANNE DELAMONTE MATTHEW FROSCH DAVID LOUIS JEAN-PAUL VONSATTEL PHIL BOYER JAMES PRIMAVERA

21 NEUROLOGY CHIEF RESIDENTS: MICHAEL PANZARA ALICE FLAHERTY SENIOR RESIDENTS: CLAUDIA BALDASSANO RAY KELLERHER SAAD SHAFQAT ALAN SEGAL

22 NEURO ICU STAFF NEURO ICU FELLOW: COLIN MACDONALD MUSTAFA EZZIDINE ATTENDINGS: WALTER KOROSHETZ GUY RORDORF LEE SCHWAMM

23 NEUROANESTHESIA FRED DEBROS LEE KEARSE JOHN MAROTA MICHELLE SZABO

24 NEURO-EMBO CHRIS PUTMAN FRANK HUANG-HELLINGER RON BUDZIK

25 NEURORADIOLOGY KEN DAVIS PAM SCHAEFER JIM RABINOV ROBERT ACKERMAN BRAD BUCHBINDER MIKE LEV GREG SORENSEN JUAN TAVERAS GIL GONZALEZ

26 NEURORAYS FELLOWS GLENN BAREST CLIFF ESKEY JEFFREY FARKAS JOSEPH GEMMETE GEORGE HUNTER YOUNG KWON ERIC LAZAR JUNG PARK JOHN PONZO BRUCE SAFFRON EUGENE TSAI

27 NEURO ICU NURSING STAFF

28 OR NURSING STAFF

29 SURGICAL BACKUP GENERAL SURGERY- JOHN SCHULTZ RALPH WARREN ANDY SCHULICK ORTHOPEDICS-FRANK PEDLOW FRED MANSFIELD PLASTICS-DAN DRISCOLL

30 I will maintain by all the means of my power, the honor and the noble traditions of the medical profession; my colleagues shall be my brothers. -Declaration of Geneva, World Medical Association

31 Deep knowledge is to be aware of disturbance before disturbance, to be aware of danger before danger, to be aware of destruction before destruction, to be aware of calamity before calamity. -The Book of Balance and Harmony Nothing is easy. - R. G. Ojemann


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