Items Tagged ‘Dr. E. Sander Connolly’
Getting from A to B: Dr. Connolly Looks at the Complex Relationship Between Coma and Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
One of the most devastating diagnoses a neurosurgeon encounters is subarachnoid hemorrhage. A subarachnoid hemorrhage is a serious bleed into the brain. It is most commonly the result of an aneurysm, or out-pouching of a weakened artery, that bursts and releases blood into the space surrounding...Posted on Oct 3, 2016 by Department Author In Aneurysms, Blog, Cerebrovascular, Cerebrovascular Blog
When Is a Migraine Not ‘Just a Migraine’?
Columbia neurosurgeons offer theories as to why AVMs can be responsible for migraine mimics...Posted on Sep 9, 2016 by Department Author In Aneurysms, Arteriovenous Malformations, Blog, Brain Tumor Blog, Carotid Artery Disease, Cavernous Malformations, Cerebrovascular Blog, Dural Arteriovenous Malformations, Endovascular Blog, Epilepsy Blog, Gamma Knife Blog, Movement Disorders Blog, Pain Center Blog, Pediatric Neurosurgery Featured, Peripheral Nerve Blog
Can Your Fitness Tracker Help You Recover From Neurosurgery?
If you’ve ever found yourself needing to exercise a little more to be healthier (and who hasn’t?) you’ve probably heard of fitness trackers. These trackers are wireless motion sensors that you wear on your arm or clip on to your clothes. They track your movements and send the information to...Posted on Aug 30, 2016 by Department Author In Blog, Cerebrovascular, Cerebrovascular Blog, General Neurosurgery
Researchers Find No ‘July Effect’ in Neurosurgery
A group of researchers, including Dr. E. Sander Connolly and medical student Blake E.S. Taylor, set out to determine if there might be any truth to the “July effect” in the field of neurosurgery...Posted on Jul 29, 2016 by Department Author In Blog, Cerebrovascular Blog, Gamma Knife Blog
Dr. Connolly Talks About the Treatment for Intracerebral Hematomas
Your brain depends on blood flowing through it in a specific way—not too fast, not too slow and without anything getting in its way. It also depends on that blood staying where it’s supposed to be: in blood vessels...Posted on Jul 5, 2016 by Department Author In Cerebrovascular News, Gamma Knife News, News
Spring 2016: Highlights in CU Neurosurgery
We invite you to join in our excitement this spring by reminiscing with us over these highlights, just several among the many accomplishments so far this year...Posted on Apr 18, 2016 by Department Author In Aneurysms, Brain Tumor News, Brain Tumors, Cerebrovascular News, Dr. Solomon, Epilepsy News, Gamma Knife News, Minimally Invasive Surgery, Movement Disorders News, News, Pediatric Neurosurgery News, Pediatrics, Spine, Spine Hospital News
Dr. Connolly Takes Aim At Reducing Readmissions After Surgery
Dr. Connolly completed the first large-scale study on readmission after neurosurgery.Posted on Feb 19, 2016 by Department Author In Blog, Cerebrovascular, Cerebrovascular, Cerebrovascular Blog, Neurosurgeons
Taking Temperatures With Smartphones—Is There An App For That?
Dr. Connolly did a study that showed that smartphones can be used for postoperative temperature monitoring.Posted on Feb 16, 2016 by Department Author In Cerebrovascular, Cerebrovascular News, News
Treating the Unruptured Aneurysm: Guidelines from the Experts
Imagine facing a tough problem. Wouldn’t it be great if you could get the input and agreement of dozens of different experts? Neurosurgeons think so. That’s why Department Chair Dr. Robert Solomon and Vice Chair Dr. E. Sander Connolly participated in a recent consensus project on the subject of brain aneurysms...Posted on Feb 12, 2016 by Department Author In Aneurysms, Cerebrovascular Featured, Dr. Solomon, Endovascular Featured, Featured, Neurosurgeons
Facts and Feelings: Marie Elaine and Moyamoya
When Marie Elaine suddenly lost the function in her right hand, she went to a neurologist. After taking an MRI, the neurologist sent her right to the hospital...Posted on Feb 10, 2016 by Department Author In Blog, Cerebrovascular, Cerebrovascular Blog, Endovascular Blog