Read Pacific Neuroscience Institute’s latest article about gravity-assisted brain surgery published in the December 2017 issue of Operative Neurosurgery. Cover artwork for the journal created by medical illustrator Josh Emerson.
Pacific Neuroscience Institute offers advanced clinical trials for primary brain tumors like glioblastoma multiforme, as well as cancers that have metastasized to the brain from primary cancers such as breast, prostate, and melanoma. Read more.
Have you ever experienced a passing dizziness where you felt like you lost your balance for a moment? Experts estimate that in the course of their lifetime, about four in ten people visit a doctor because of a significant episode of dizziness. Read about the ear’s role in balance disorders.
Although classified as benign, craniopharyngiomas pose a great challenge. Find out why Dr. Harvey Cushing, father of modern neurosurgery, called these pituitary tumors “the most formidable of intracranial tumors.”
The ever-expanding scope of medicine has radically transformed our lives. Now that we are living longer, how do we deal with diseases that come along with aging? Read about cancer survivorship strategies and how to thrive.
Although thyroid cancer is among the five most common carcinomas diagnosed in adolescents and young adults, Dr. Melanie Goldfarb’s research shows a disconnect in their follow-up care. Read more about what can be done.
Stroke and brain aneurysm are emergencies and a patient should be rushed to the ER for immediate treatment. Find out what you need to know about treatment.
Featured at the SoCal Biomedical Conference in September 2017, Drs. Chester Griffiths and Santosh Kesari highlight Pacific Neuroscience Institute’s unique collaborative approach to research and patient care.
An estimated 39 million people on the US have some degree of facial pain including TMJ dysfunction and notoriously painful Trigeminal Neuralgia. Read about these painful syndromes and available medical and surgical treatment options.
Leading-edge continuing medical education for doctors ensures that patients receive the best possible neuro-care. Read about the advances in the neurosciences that translate to superior care in the clinic.