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Macon, GA, July 30, 2018 - Georgia Neurosurgical Institute (GNI), with practice locations in Macon, Warner Robins, Dublin, Milledgeville, Griffin and Locust Grove, today announced the recent collaboration of GNI vascular neurosurgeon Arthur Grigorian, MD and previous GNI Research Fellow Tigran Khachatryan to create a device that will be used across the globe for the purposes of neurosurgical education.
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Currently, microscopic or endoscopic transsphenoidal surgery (TSS) is the preferred method for the treatment of intrasellar pituitary adenomas.[13,17,19,32] Approximately 1,650 cases of TSS are performed annually for removal of pituitary adenomas in the United States.[1,29] One of the preoperative considerations for TSS is an exclusion of “kissing internal carotid arteries: (ICA), a rare anatomical variant…
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The Journal of Rheumatology and Arthritic Diseases recently accepted a paper for publication from the GNI Department of Research. The paper, authored by Hollis Floyd, Dr. Mazen Sanoufa, and Dr. Joe Sam Robinson, reviewed the cases of all elective lumbar fusion procedures performed by five GNI neurosurgeons from October 2010 to November 2013. Upon conclusion…
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