Dr. Samuel Robert Browd M.D., PH.D.
Neurosurgeon4800 Sand Point Way Ne W/S W-7729 Seattle WA, 98105
Dr. Samuel Browd is an attending neurosurgeon at Seattle Children's Hospital, Harborview Medical Center and the University of Washington Medical Center. Dr. Browd received his M.D., Ph.D. through the ...
Education and Training
University of Florida College of Medicine 2006
Neurological SurgeryAmerican Board of Neurological SurgeryABNS- 2012
- Semantic monitoring of words with emotional connotation during fMRI: contribution of anterior left frontal cortex.
- Craniopagus twins: embryology, classification, surgical anatomy, and separation.
- Use of the ETV Success Score to explain the variation in reported endoscopic third ventriculostomy success rates among published case series of childhood hydrocephalus.
- An intracranial aneurysm and dural arteriovenous fistula in a newborn.
- Image-guided cerebrospinal fluid shunting in children: catheter accuracy and shunt survival.
- Rapid sequence magnetic resonance imaging in the assessment of children with hydrocephalus.
- The assessment of bulging fontanel and splitting of sutures in premature infants: an interrater reliability study by the Hydrocephalus Clinical Research Network.
- New and improved ways to treat hydrocephalus: Pursuit of a smart shunt.
- Low-dose head computed tomography in children: a single institutional experience in pediatric radiation risk reduction: clinical article.
- Role of dorsal rhizotomy in spinal cord injury-induced spasticity.
- Initial clinical presentation of children with acute and chronic versus acute subdural hemorrhage resulting from abusive head trauma.
- An update on research priorities in hydrocephalus: overview of the third National
- Ultrasound stylet for non-image-guided ventricular catheterization.
- Toward a better understanding of the cellular basis for cerebrospinal fluid shunt obstruction: report on the construction of a bank of explanted hydrocephalus devices.
- SEATTLE MAGAZINE TOP DOCTOR - 2014 Seattle Magazine 2014 2014
- Cerebral Palsy
- Neck Pain
- Back Pain
- Brain Tumor
- Birth Defects
- Spinal Stenosis
- Neurosurgery, University of Utah School of Medicine, Salt Lake City
- University of Utah Program
- Pediatric Neurological Surgery, University of Washington, Seattle
- UW - Dept. of Neurosurgery
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- Are There Risks to a Spinal Stenosis Surgery?
Like any other surgical procedure, spinal stenosis surgery has its own risks and possible complications. However, if performed correctly by professional medical staff, the possibility of any complication after the surgery is low.The potential risks and possible complications following a spinal...
- What Is a Prefrontal Lobotomy?
Lobotomy is a neurosurgical procedure invented in 1935 by a Portuguese neurologist named Moniz. Moniz won the Nobel Prize in 1949 for his achievement. It was believed that lobotomy was successful in the treatment of various psychological diseases like depression, bipolar disorders, mania,...
- What to Expect in Laminectomy and Spinal Fusion
Decompressive laminectomy is done to release pressure exerted on the roots of the nerves found on the lower back. The condition is mostly brought by old age. There are, however, other reasons your surgeon may suggest surgery. These include herniated discs, traumas, and tumors. In case you are going...
- Scoliosis Symptoms and Causes
Scoliosis often occurs in kids below the age of puberty. Some of the most common signs of scoliosis happen to be the following:...
- Recovery After a Laminectomy
Laminectomy is a surgical procedure done for the removal of the lamina, bone spurs, and ligaments that may be putting pressure on your spinal nerves and causing lower back pain. The procedure is said to be one of the most commonly performed back surgeries. Below is a detailed information on what...
- Reasons Why You Need a Laminectomy
What is laminectomy?If you have back pain that is severe enough to interfere with your day-to-day activities and other medications fail to work, you might eventually need surgery to get it fixed. Laminectomy is the surgical procedure that will be performed on your back in this case. It involves the...
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