Neurosurgery of Kalamazoo continuously performs research.
Davies K, Morris D, Zang Z, Niger A, Eden S, Fenstermacher J, Cerebral Microvasculature Plasma Volume in Hematocrit, Society for Neurosciences. Abstracts; 24:429.
Zahuranec DB, Gonzales NR, Brown DL, Lisbeth LD, Longwell PJ, Eden SV, Smith MA, Garcia NM, Hoff JT, Morganstern LB: Presentation of intracerebral hemorrhage in a community. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychology; 2006 Mar;77(3):340-4.
Eden SV, Morgenstern LB, Haverbusch M, Sekar P, Moomaw C, Flaherty ML, Morgenstern LB, Woo D, Racial differences in timing to treatment of ruptured intracranial aneurysms. Neurosurgery. 2007 May;60(5):837-43.
Dall BE, Eden SV, Outcomes of bilateral sacroiliac joint fusions and the importance of understanding potential coexisting lumbosacral pathology that might also require surgical treatment, Act. Orthop. Belg., 2015.81:233-39.
Dall BE, Eden SV, Cho W, Karkenny A, Brooks DM, Hayward GM, Moldavski M, Yamdamuri S, Bucklen BS, Biomechanical analysis of motion following sacroiliac joint fusion using lateral sacroiliac screws with or without lumbosacral instrumented fusion, Clinical Biomechanics, 2019, 68:182-89.
Neurosurgery of Kalamazoo is one of the leading neurosurgical practices in the country. With decades of experience, our group includes 5 board-certified or board-eligible physicians in the specialty areas of neurosurgery, spine surgery, and pain management. We provide advanced surgical and nonsurgical treatment for the entire spectrum of brain, spine, and peripheral nerve disorders, including brain tumors, spine injuries, stroke, epilepsy, concussions, neck and lower back pain.
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