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Large pineal region tumor
Large pediatric brain tumor
Performing a complex pediatric brain surgery.
Large acute subdural hematoma
Large pineal region tumor
Carilion Clinic Neurosurgery Residents enjoying dinner out with faculty.
Carilion Clinic Neurosurgery Attending Dr. Elias and Resident Surgeon perform microscopic spinal cord surgery.
Experienced neurosurgeons perform a spine surgery.
Neurosurgery Residents and Attending Surgeon Dr. Fraser in the operating room.
Neurosurgery residents get hands-on operating room experience.
Carilion Clinic Neurosurgery Residents win a competition at a national conference.
Neurosurgery Residents present their clinical research at a Neurosurgery meeting.
A Quality Improvement study by the Carilion Clinic Department of Neurosurgery.
Neurosurgery Residents receive first place at a 2012 National Neurosurgery Conference.
A trauma arriving at CRMH, the region’s only Level I trauma center.
The Carilion Clinic Department of Neurosurgery team gather for a photo (2009).
“Misconceptions Regarding Low Back Pain after Neurosurgical Referral” by Eric Marvin, D.O.
Carilion Clinic Neurosurgeons function as a well-coordinated team providing patients with the very best care.
After work, Carilion Clinic Neurosurgery Residents take time to have some fun at a National Neurosurgical Conference.
Cadaveric dissection provides residents essential hands-on training to emulate intricate neurosurgical procedures.
Board-certified neurosurgeons are qualified to care for any and all spinal and brain disorders.
Carilion Clinic’s Department of Neurosurgery comprises of highly trained and experienced brain and spine surgeons.
Carilion Clinic neurosurgeons have access to the latest technology for all neurological surgical procedures.
Angiogram demonstrating a complex middle cerebral artery aneurysm
Carilion Clinic’s Neurosurgery team poses for a photo in the trauma ICU unit.
The Carilion Clinic Neurosurgery team participating in brain pathology dissection.
Hosting the first Osteopathic Neurosurgery Bootcamp.
Carilion Clinic Neurosurgery experiment in surgical fine motor simulation.
Dr. Gary Simonds talks about brain tumors in children.
Dr. Lisa Apfel talks about different types of brain tumors and treatment for those tumors.
Dr. Gary Simonds talks about the treatment of Intractable Epilepsy.
Drs. Gary Simonds and Lisa Apfel talk about Spina Bifida and Spinal Dysraphism.
The neurosurgery team at Carilion Clinic is comprised of six surgeons working together on all patients and cases.