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Joshua E. Heller, MD

Joshua E. Heller, MD

Contact Dr. Heller

900 Walnut Street
Suite 200
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107

(215) 955-7000
(215) 503-9170 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. Cervical spine spondylodiscitis after esophageal dilation in patients with a history of laryngectomy or pharyngectomy and pharyngeal irradiation
  2. C1 lateral mass screw migration causing a delayed unilateral hypoglossal nerve lesion
  3. Long-Segment Fusion for Adult Spinal Deformity Correction Using Low-Dose Recombinant Human Bone Morphogenetic Protein-2: A Retrospective Review of Fusion Rates
  4. C-5 palsy after cerebrospinal fluid diversion in posttraumatic syringomyelia: Case report
  5. Surgical management in 40 consecutive patients with cervical spinal epidural abscesses: Shifting toward circumferential treatment
  6. Intraoperative vancomycin use in spinal surgery: Single institution experience and microbial trends
  7. An algorithmic strategy for selecting a surgical approach in cervical deformity correction
  8. Timing in the surgical evacuation of spinal epidural abscesses
  9. Longitudinal incidence and concurrence rates for traumatic brain injury and spine injury - A twenty year analysis
  10. Failure of lumbopelvic fixation after long construct fusions in patients with adult spinal deformity: Clinical and radiographic risk factors
  11. A survey-based study of wrong-level lumbar spine surgery: The scope of the problem and current practices in place to help avoid these errors
  12. Modulation of inflammatory responses by a cannabinoid-2-selective agonist after spinal cord injury
  13. Commentary
  14. Commentary
  15. New surgical technique to secure the bone strut during anterior cervical corpectomy and fusion: Kusabi fixation technique - Technical note. Commentary
  16. Percutaneous vertebroplasty using hydroxyap 07D3 atite blocks for the treatment of vertebral body fracture: Commentary
  17. The combination of selective inhibition of the cannabinoid CB1-, receptor and activation of the cannabinoid CB2 receptor yields improved attenuation of motor and autonomic deficits in a mouse model of Spinal Cord Injury
  18. Edaravone (MCI-186) scavenges reactive oxygen species and ameliorates tissue damage in the murine spinal cord injury model: Commentary
  19. Neuroendoscopy for spinal disorders: a brief review.
  20. Biochemical composition and histologic structure of the forearm interosseous membrane
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