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NeuroNexus focuses on the Surgeon's need for safety, efficiency, dependability, and access.
  • Correction of scoliosis or deformity of spinal cord involving traction on the cord

  • Protection of spinal cord where work is performed in close proximity to cord as in the placement or removal of old hardware or where there have been numerous interventions.

  • Myelopathic spinal cords

  • Spinal instrumentation requiring pedicle screws or distraction

  • Decompressive procedures on the spinal cord or cauda equina carried out for determined myelopathy or claudication where function of spinal cord or spinal nerves are at risk

  • Spinal cord tumors

Procedures We Monitor:


  • Neuromas of peripheral nerves of brachial plexus, when there is risk to major sensory or motor nerves

  • Parotid Gland Lesions

  • Thyroid Gland Lesions

  • Surgery or embolization for intracranial AV malformations

  • Surgery for arteriovenous malformation of spinal cord

  • Cerebral vascular aneurysms

  • Distal aortic procedures, where there is risk of ischemia to spinal cord

  • Leg lengthening procedures, where there is traction on sciatic nerve or other nerve trunks

  • Traumatic injury to the pelvis and sacrum or hip replacement revision

  • Surgery as a result of traumatic injury to spinal cord/brain

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