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Princeton Neurological Surgery
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Other causes of foot drop include lumbar plexus injury, peripheral neuropathy, parasagittal brain lesions, spinal cord injury, muscular dystrophy, or ALS... http://bit.ly/2AcTEV3
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Brain tumors come in all shapes and sizes—and so do their symptoms... http://bit.ly/2EAeOBQ
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At Princeton Neurological Surgery, we offer excellence in treatments for brain tumors and other intracranial conditions to patients in New Jersey and surrounding areas... http://bit.ly/2hh5CHc
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Cauda equina syndrome is a serious condition in which a large collection of nerve roots within the lumbar spinal column is suddenly compressed... http://bit.ly/2AhKN7F
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This condition is usually present at birth, although it can develop later in life as a result of lesions or tumors within the brain, central nervous system infections or severe head injuries... http://bit.ly/2h6v1kc
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Similarly, the cranial nerves are also located in the brain stem. And, if there's a rupture, they can get pushed on, causing facial tingling and paralysis... http://bit.ly/2EtYp1D
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We are opening a new location office in Morristown, NJ in April 2018!!
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