Rocco A Armonda
Affiliation: Naval Medical Center
- Multimodal monitoring during emergency hemicraniectomy for vein of Labbe thrombosisRocco A Armonda
Department of Neurosurgery, National Capital Consortium at the National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD, USA
Neurocrit Care 4:241-4. 2006..Cortical venous thrombosis is a rarely encountered mechanism for intracerebral hemorrhage. Multimodal monitoring may guide neurosurgical and critical care treatment in the setting of cerebral venous thrombosis...
- Anesthesia for endovascular neurosurgeryRocco A Armonda
Cerebrovascular Surgery and Interventional Neuroradiology, Neurocritical Care National Capital Neurosurgery Consortium, National Naval Medical Center and Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland 20802, USA
Neurosurgery 59:S66-76; discussion S3-13. 2006..The purpose of this article is to review, in detail, the role of the neuroanesthetist in the endovascular operating room. An overview of all areas either partially or completely managed by the anesthetist is provided...
- Wartime traumatic cerebral vasospasm: recent review of combat casualtiesRocco A Armonda
Department of Neurosurgery, National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland 20814, USA
Neurosurgery 59:1215-25; discussion 1225. 2006..A consequence of this is cerebral vasospasm. This study evaluated all inpatient neurosurgical consults related to battle injury from OIF...
- Triage and management of cranial injuriesMeryl A Severson
Division of Neurosurgery, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, 8901 Wisconsin Avenue, Bethesda, MD 20889 5600, USA
Atlas Oral Maxillofac Surg Clin North Am 21:105-15. 2013..When significant mass lesions are identified or ICP elevations become refractory to medical intervention, surgical intervention is necessary...
- The evolution of the treatment of traumatic cerebrovascular injury during wartimeRandy S Bell
Department of Neurosurgery, National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland 20889, USA
Neurosurg Focus 28:E5. 2010..Historical approaches will be reviewed, and the importance of modern endovascular techniques will be emphasized...
- Cranioplasty complications following wartime decompressive craniectomyFrederick L Stephens
Department of Neurosurgery, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, DC 20307, USA
Neurosurg Focus 28:E3. 2010..With this situation in mind, the authors of this paper endeavored to review the cranial reconstruction complications encountered in these combat-related injuries...
- Cerebral hemodynamic changes after wartime traumatic brain injuryAlexander Razumovsky
Sentient NeuroCare Services, Inc, Hunt Valley, MD, USA
Acta Neurochir Suppl 115:87-90. 2013....
- Delayed detection of carotid-cavernous fistulas associated with wartime blast-induced craniofacial traumaSudhakar Vadivelu
National Capital Neurosurgery Consortium, Division of Neurosurgery, National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland, USA
Neurosurg Focus 28:E6. 2010..Endovascular management provides both a reasonable and effective therapeutic option to blast-induced cerebrovascular injuries...
- Neurological sequelae from brachiocephalic vein stenosisDavid W Herzig
Department of Neurosurgery, Georgetown University Hospital, Washington, DC 20007, USA
J Neurosurg 118:1058-62. 2013..Central venous stenosis is common with hemodialysis, but rarely presents with neurological findings. Prompt recognition and endovascular intervention can restore normal venous drainage and resolve symptoms...
- Contemporary management of combat-related vertebral artery injuriesLauren T Greer
General Surgery Service, Department of Surgery, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Uniformed University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, Maryland 20889 5600, USA
J Trauma Acute Care Surg 74:818-24. 2013..We aimed to examine the contemporary management of combat-related penetrating VAIs during current US military operations...
- Military traumatic brain and spinal column injury: a 5-year study of the impact blast and other military grade weaponry on the central nervous systemRandy S Bell
Department of Neurosurgery, National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD 20889, USA
J Trauma 66:S104-11. 2009..The purpose of this article is to review our experience with this population of patients...
- The endovascular operating room as an extension of the intensive care unit: changing strategies in the management of neurovascular diseaseRandy S Bell
National Capital Neurosurgery Consortium, National Naval Medical Center and Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland 20802, USA
Neurosurgery 59:S56-65; discussion S3-13. 2006..This article offers an overview of the evolution in ICU management of neurovascular disease and provides a framework for the incorporation of the endovascular operating room in the intensive care management of patients with this disease...
- Neurovascular anatomy: a practical guideRandy Bell
Department of Neurosurgery, National Capital Consortium, Walter Reed Army Medical Center, 6900 Georgia Ave NW, Washington, DC 20307, USA
Neurosurg Clin N Am 20:265-78. 2009..Note that in the synopsis and throughout the article, first person usage has been changed to third person per journal style...
- Vertebral-venous fistula: an unusual cause for ocular symptoms mimicking a carotid cavernous fistulaDaniel Felbaum
Department of Neurosurgery, Medstar Georgetown University Hospital, Washington DC, USA
J Neurointerv Surg 8:e35. 2016..We present its treatment and clinical outcome. In addition, we present a brief literature review surrounding this uncommon disease. ..
- Paradoxical herniation in wartime penetrating brain injury with concomitant skull-base traumaJay J Choi
National Capital Neurosurgery Consortium, Division of Neurosurgery, National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland 20814, USA
J Craniofac Surg 22:2163-7. 2011..A literature review of paradoxical herniation and delayed neurologic decline in postcraniectomy patients is conducted, and the surgical and neurocritical care management is discussed...
- Foreign-body reaction mimicking postneurosurgical infection after cranioplastyDavid M Brett-Major
Division of Infectious Diseases, National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, MD 20889 5600, USA
Mil Med 173:697-9. 2008..Dural foreign-body reaction was diagnosed, and parenteral antibiotic therapy was discontinued successfully...