Cervical medullary syndrome secondary to craniocervical instability and ventral brainstem compression in hereditary hypermobility connective tissue disorders: 5-year follow-up after craniocervical reduction, fusion, and stabilization
January 9, 2019
Cervical medullary syndrome secondary to craniocervical instability and ventral brainstem compression in hereditary hypermobility connective tissue disorders: 5-year follow-up after craniocervical reduction, fusion, and stabilization.
January 9, 2019
Utility of the clivo-axial angle in assessing brainstem deformity: pilot study and literature review
March 3 2017 (online), 2018 (in print)
Henderson 2019 Neurosurgical Review
Jan 3rd, 2019
2015 CSF Colloquium Volume
Apr 4th, 2018
LiveWell is a publication that is created by Doctors Community Hospital to help educate the residents of Prince George’s County about relevant health topics (which are written for the layperson) as well as services offered at the hospital. Roughly 220,000 copies are distributed each printing. The publication highlights upcoming hospital-sponsored...
A beauty queen with a crown, a sash — and an IV pole
Apr 17th, 2017
Maryland beauty queen with genetic disorder doesn't hide her scars Sipping a red sports drink from a straw, smartwatch on her wrist, and curled, shoulder-length hair framing her face, Victoria Graham looks every bit the beauty queen. But ask her, and she’ll tell you that each accessory has a purpose. Graham...
Facing a life of loose limbs
Mar 10th, 2014
The Washington Post recently featured patient Kelly Koep in an article by Jeff Leen. Kelly shares her experiences living with Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, or EDS, a genetic disorder that can cause frequent bruising, joint hypermobility, skin hyperelasticity and weakness of tissues, and her hope for the future following a spinal fusion...