Omar A. Choudhri, MD, is an assistant professor of neurosurgery and radiology, co-director of the cerebrovascular & endovascular neurosurgery, and director of the Penn Center for Cerebral Revascularization at Penn Medicine and sees patients at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP).
The Penn Brain Tumor Center gives patients access to an unparalleled forum of innovative clinical trials.
When you find out that you need spine or brain surgery, a second opinion is a good idea. Here’s why:
Zarina S. Ali, MD, is an assistant professor of neurosurgeon at Penn Medicine and sees patients at Pennsylvania Hospital. Dr. Ali treats all nervous system conditions, including spinal, cranial and extremity nerve disease.
A headache may be one of the more obvious signs of a brain tumor - but what about less common signs like hearing loss? Here, we discuss 6 signs and symptoms of a brain tumor that may surprise you.
What caregivers can do to avoid caregiver burnout.
Brain tumor clinical trials have taught us all we know about brain tumors. If you’re skeptical, here’s why the trials matter, and how they can benefit you.
Tamara had a brain tumor. Had. Dr. Lee made her tumor "glow" to ensure every last piece was removed.
Ali K. Ozturk, MD, is Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurosurgery and sees patients at Pennsylvania Hospital and Penn Medicine Woodbury Heights. He specializes in the treatment of complex spinal conditions including tumors, degenerative spine disease, trauma, and minimally invasive spine surgery and brain tumors, brain trauma.
Congratulations to the 198 Penn physicians listed below who were included in Philadelphia Magazine's Top Docs™ 2017.
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A clinical trial is a research study involving patient volunteers that are conducted to find safe and effective treatments for a variety of health conditions.