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Hydrocephalus video

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Hydrocephalus video

Learn about the process of dealing with your baby and hydrocephalus

Hydrocephalus en espanol...hidrocefalia

Los bebes pueden tener cabezas grandes porque las cabezas grandes estan en la familia pero algunos bebes pueden tener hidrocefalia. La hidrocefalia es cuando el proprio liquid espinal del bebe se acumula y ejerce presion sobre el cerebro. Si tu bebe tiene hidrocefalia, por favor llamanos a 973-326-9000 or visitanos en linea a www.njpni.com

Spasticity And Its Treatments - Part 1 of 4

This video is part 1 of a 4-part series about spasticity and its treatments. Part 1 describes the general characteristics of spasticity, the problems it causes, and how it can be treated non-operatively. Composed and narrated by Dr. John Collins at New Jersey Pediatric Neuroscience Institute (NJPNI).

Spasticity And Its Treatments - Part 2 of 4

This video is part 2 of a 4-part series about spasticity and its treatments. Part 2 discusses the treatment of spasticity with injections of certain medications into specific spastic muscles. Composed and narrated by Dr. John Collins at New Jersey Pediatric Neuroscience Institute (NJPNI).

Spasticity And Its Treatments - Part 3 of 4

This video is part 3 of a 4-part series about spasticity and its treatments. Part 3 explains the spinal nerve surgery called “selective dorsal root rhizotomy” which can greatly relieve the effect of spasticity on whole regions of the body’s muscles. Composed and narrated by Dr. John Collins at New Jersey Pediatric Neuroscience Institute (NJPNI).

Spasticity And Its Treatments - Part 4 of 4

This video is part 4 of a 4-part series about spasticity and its treatments. Part 4 describes treatment of spasticity by surgical implantation of a controllable medication delivery device called a “Baclofen Pump” which continuously infuses, into the spinal fluid, a medication that can calm the occurrence of spasticity throughout the whole body. Composed and narrated by Dr. John Collins at New Jersey Pediatric Neuroscience Institute (NJPNI).

Tethered Cord Syndrome

This video describes the characteristics of a spinal problem called a “tethered cord syndrome” and discusses reasons why it occurs, symptoms that it causes, and surgeries that can be performed to relieve the condition. Composed and narrated by Dr. John Collins at New Jersey Pediatric Neuroscience Institute (NJPNI).

Epilepsy Surgeries and Pediatric Patients

Check out this video of epilepsy surgeries and pediatric patients.

New Jersey Pediatric Neuroscience Institute | Neurosurgeons for Kids Morristown, NJ

#Pediatric #Neurosurgeon #Kids #Morristown #New #Jersey New Jersey Pediatric Neuroscience Institute 131 Madison Avenue, 3rd Floor, Morristown NJ 07960 (973) 326-9000 The mission of the pediatric neurosurgeons and neurologists at NJPNI is to provide the best possible healthcare in the areas of childhood developmental disorders, epilepsy, pediatric neurological and neurosurgical diseases. Our New Jersey centers provide exceptional pediatric neurosurgery and neurology care to improve a child's quality of life. Hours of Operation: - Sunday Closed Monday 8:00am-4:00pm Tuesday 8:00am-4:00pm Wednesday 8:00am-4:00pm Thursday 8:00am-4:00pm Friday 8:00am-4:00pm Saturday Closed Popular Search Terms Related to this Business: - pediatric neurosurgeon; pediatric neurosurgery; neurosurgeons for kids; Dr Catherine Mazzola; pediatric neurologist Service: - Pediatric Neurosurgeon Website: - https://njpediatricneurosurgery.com/ =================================== Facebook: - https://www.facebook.com/njpni/ =================================== Twitter: - https://twitter.com/njpni_ =================================== LinkedIn: - https://www.linkedin.com/company/new-jersey-pediatric-neuroscience-institute/ =================================== Instagram: - https://www.instagram.com/njpni/ =================================== YouTube: - https://www.youtube.com/c/NJPNI =================================== Geotagged Images: - https://photos.app.goo.gl/wZyPXfBT1px9mdeu9 =================================== Location: - https://g.page/NJPNI?gm =================================== Service Areas: - https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?mid=1taQtp8767LC6yzN2BCmT6ajAkfDAPbE0

Assessing Gait in an Objective and Analytic Manner Dr Mazzola Dr Pal

Grand Rounds 4-15-21 - Assessing Gait in an Objective and Analytic Manner - Dr. Mazzola - Dr. Pal

NICU Lunch & Learn Interdisciplinary Lecture Series

Pediatric Hydrocephalus Guidelines updates by Dr. Catherine Mazzola, Dr. Luke Tomycz, and Dr. John Collins

Atlantoaxial (C1- C2) Subluxation in the Pediatric Population

Presented by Dr. Catherine Mazzola Pediatric Neurological Surgery After watching this presentation the participant should be able to: 1. Describe atlantoaxial subluxation, or Cock Robin Syndrome, in the pediatric population 2. Discuss the imaging options, their advantages and disadvantages for children with C1-C2 subluxation 3. Understand the treatment options for children with acute, subacute and chronic atlantoaxial subluxation 4. Understand Indications for open reduction and C1-C2 fusion in children with recalcitrant and recurrent atlantoaxial subluxation

NJ Craniofacial Center Gala 2019

This was the BIGGEST and BEST gala ever!!! Over 260 guests, lots of kids, and happy faces! We are so proud of our team and our patients!

Plagiocephaly and Craniosynostosis

This is an explanation of craniosynostosis and plagiocephaly. We see thousands of infants with plagiocephaly and craniosynostosis at the NJ Craniofacial Center. Some babies may require surgery, while others may benefit from helmet therapy or just physical therapy and tummy time. Please check us out online at www.njcraniofacialcenter.com Please call 973-326-9000 for an appointment.

Craneofacial en espanol

Nosotros tenemos la explication de plagiocefalia y craneosinostosis en espanol. Por favor, si usted tiene algunas preguntas, llamarme a (973)326-9000 y haga una cita con nosotros. Visitanos en linea en www.njcraniofacialcenter.com

CSF presents "Hydrocephalus" - Dr. Catherine Mazzola

Help share more info like this by donating now: https://csfinfo.org/donate-online/ Dr. Catherine Mazzola discusses what hydrocephalus, how it is diagnosed and treated in children and how she and a team of fellow expert neurosurgeons were able to develop clinical guidelines for treatment of pediatric hydrocephalus at the first CSF Chapter lecture in Morristown, New Jersey. This lecture was jointly presented by Chiari & Syringomyelia Foundation and the New Jersey Pediatric Neuroscience Institute. Thank you to all who were involved in putting this together! For more information and educational materials, please visit our website: https://csfinfo.org/ See also Facebook: facebook.com/csfinfo Twitter: twitter.com/CSFinfo Pinterest: pinterest.com/csfinfo Instagram: instagram.com/uniteatnight Google+ Page: https://goo.gl/VTtwL

Coronal synostosis : Craniosynostosis

Babies with coronal craniosynostosis may be treated through an open surgery, or endoscopically. When synostosis of the coronal sutures develop, there is abnormal development of the infant's skull and face. This congenital deformity may be best treated by a Craniofacial Team with endoscopic, minimally invasive surgical expertise. Here, Dr. Catherine Mazzola discusses the approach to caring for an infant with left coronal synostosis. For more information, please call (973)326-9000 or go to www.njpni.com

Endoscopic craniosynostosis sagittal suture - sagittal synostosis

Endoscopic craniosynostosis surgery is performed for infants with synostosis, or fusion, of a cranial or skull suture. Dr. Catherine Mazzola cares for hundreds of infants with craniosynostosis, plagiocephaly and torticollis, together with her colleagues at NJ Pediatric Neuroscience Institute. For questions or an appointment please call 973-326-9000 or 201-996-9300.

Left sphenoid wing lesion approach

The resection or biopsy of a left sphenoid wing, skull base tumor or lesion should be done with consideration of cosmesis, approach, and possible second surgery. Neuronavigation helps to plan an appropriate incision and approach. For questions, please call 973-326-9000 and ask for Dr. Catherine Mazzola

Craniosynostosis surgery for older children

Dr. Mazzola Performs Brain Surgery on Baby

Dr. Catherine Mazzola Performs Brain Surgery on Baby

Dr. Mazzola Prepping the Baby for Surgery

Dr. Catherine Mazzola Prepping the Baby for Surgery

Father and Baby Prepare for Surgery

Father and Baby prepare for Dr. Catherine Mazzola to preform surgery

Giving Baby anesthesia

Giving Baby anesthesia prior to a surgery that Dr. Catherine Mazzola will preform.

Cleaning Baby after surgery

Cleaning Baby after surgery that Dr. Catherine Mazzola preformed

ENDOSCOPIC CRANIOSYNOSTOSIS SURGERY

Introduction to endoscopic craniosynostosis surgery; Dr. Catherine Mazzola www.njpediatricneurosurgery.com New Jersey

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