Max B. Medary, MD, has authored multiple publications, presentations and textbook chapters.
Peer Reviewed Journal Articles and Recognitions
Dr. Medarys accomplishments extend to publications in peer reviewed journals, presentations of abstracts, or posters at scientific and medical meetings, oral presentations and other settings such as academic conferences, panels and the like.
Following please find a comprehensive list of publications, officially posted on public forums, including the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, CNS, the leading organization dedicated to advancing neurosurgery through education and innovation, Oxford Academic, Neurosurgery, the official journal of the CNS, and ResearchGate the professional network for scientists and researchers.
Journal Article: Hypertonic saline lowers ICP by dehydrating brain tissue without affecting cerebral blood volume: 837
Journal Article: Aneurysm Surgery without Intraoperative Angiography: Review of 200 Cases
Journal Article: Dural Closure Using Acellular Human Dermis: Results of 200 Craniotomies
Journal Article: Dural Repair Using Acellular Human Dermis: Experience with 200 Cases: Technique Assessment
Case Report: Prolonged survival in a patient with sinonasal teratocarcinosarcoma with cranial extension
Journal: Early White Blood Cell Dynamics After Traumatic Brain Injury
The Journal of Trauma Hypertonic/Hyperoncotic Saline Attenuates Microcirculatory Disturbances after Traumatic Brain Injury
Article: Blood-Brain Barrier Breakdown Occurs Early After Traumatic Brain Injury and is not Related to White Blood Cell Adherence, Authors and Affiliations: The Aitken Neuroscience Institute and Cornell University Medical College, New York, USA
Journal of Neurosurgery: Leukocyte activation and microcirculatory alterations after traumatic brain injury in rabbits: An intravital microscopy study