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Christopher Graffeo

  • MD
  • Neurologic Surgery Resident
  • Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education
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Research interests

Case reportsRadiosurgeryCerebrovascularNeuroanatomyNeuroradiologySkull baseNeurosurgeryClinical Research

About

I’m a PGY-3 neurologic surgery resident at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, and a graduate of the Honors Program at NYU School of Medicine. My current clinical research interests include skull base surgery, cerebrovascular neurosurgery, radiosurgery, neuroradiology, surgical outcomes, and reports of interesting neurosurgical cases. My basic science research at NYU focused on tumor immunology, in particular the role of toll-like receptors in neoplastic transformation.

Co-authors (154)

  • Lucas Carlstrom

Publications (5)

  • Fusion, Failure, Fatality: Long-term Outcomes After Surgical Versus Nonoperative Management of Type II Odontoid Fracture in Octogenarians

    • Perry A
    • Graffeo C
    • Carlstrom L
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  • Hypopituitarism After Single-Fraction Pituitary Adenoma Radiosurgery: Dosimetric Analysis Based on Patients Treated Using Contemporary Techniques

    • Graffeo C
    • Link M
    • Brown P
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  • Macrophage Density Predicts Facial Nerve Outcome and Tumor Growth after Subtotal Resection of Vestibular Schwannoma

    • Graffeo C
    • Perry A
    • Raghunathan A
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  • Meta-analysis of treatment outcomes of posterior circulation non-saccular aneurysms by flow diverters

    • Kiyofuji S
    • Graffeo C
    • Perry A
    • et al.
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  • Spontaneous occult intracranial hypotension precipitating life-threatening cerebral venous thrombosis: Case report

    • Perry A
    • Graffeo C
    • Brinjikji W
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Professional experience

Neurologic Surgery Resident

Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education

July 2014 - Present

Education

School of Medicine

New York University

August 2010 - May 2014(4 years)