December 2017 Edition. Volume XVII

Charles V. Burton, M.D. Bibliography

  1. Burton CV: Atlas of Rat Neuroanatomy. Johns Hopkins University, Dept. Physiol.Psych, Baltimore, 1956.
  2. House EL, Burton CV, Cooper H, Anderson E: The Implantation of Neonatal Pancreas into the Cheek Pouch of the Alloxan Diabetic Hamster. Endocrinology 63:389-391, 1958.
  3. Walker AE, Adamkiewicz JJ, Burton CV, Mozley JM, Dillon ET: High Frequency Thermal Induction Lesions of the Brain. Jour. Nerv. and Mental Dis. 136: 298-301;1963.
  4. Burton CV, Blacker HM: A Compact Hand Drill for Emergency Brain Decompression. Jour Trauma 5:643-646, 1965.
  5. Walker AE, Burton CV, Mozley JM: The Production of Focal Brain lesions by Induction Heating. Proc. III Int. Cong. Neurol. Surg., Excerpta Medica Found, pp 556-560, 1965.
  6. Burton CV, Mozley JM, Walker AE: Induction Thermocoagulation of the Brain: A New Neurosurgical Tool. IEEE Trans on Bio-Med, Engr BME-13:114-120, 1966.
  7. Walker AE, Burton CV: Radiofrequency Telethermocoagulation. JAMA 197:700-704, 1966.
  8. Burton CV, Velasco F, Dorman J: Traumatic Aneurysm of a Peripheral Cerebral Artery: Review and Case Report. Jour Nerosurg 28:468-474, 1968.
  9. Burton CV, Brisman R: Neurosurgical Indications for the Use of a Compact Hand Twist Drill. Johns Hopkins Med Jour 123:17-22, 1968.
  10. Burton CV: The Management of Chronic Subdural Hematoma Using a Compact Hand Twist Drill. Military Med 133:891-895, 1968.
  11. Burton CV: The Case of the Mysterious Missile. Jour Trauma 9:257-260, 1969.
  12. Buchheit WA, Burton CV, Haag B, Shaw D: Papilledema and Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension. New Eng Jour Med 280:938-942, 1969.
  13. Burton CV, Black R: Hypophysectomy Utilizing Induction Heating. IV Int Cong Neurol Surg of the World Federation of Neurological Societies, Excerpta Medica International Congress Series 193:45-46, 1969.
  14. Burton CV, Johnston JJ: Multiple Cerebral Aneurysms and Cardiac Myxoma. New Eng Jour Med 282:35-36, 1969.
  15. Neidermeyer E, Walker AE, Burton CV: The Slow Spike Wave Complex as Correlate of Frontal and Fronto-Temporal Post-Traumatic Epilepsy. Eur Neurol 3:330-346, 1970.
  16. Goldberg M, Burton CV: Exophthalmos from Ruptured Intracavernous Carotid Aneurysm Without Pulsation, Bruit, or Murmer. Jour of Ophthalmology 70:830-832, 1970.
  17. Burton CV: Ischemic Infarction of the Spinal Cord With Traumatic Sequela. Stroke 1:397-400, 1970.
  18. Burton CV, Hill M, Walker AE: The RF Thermoseed, A Thermally Self-Regulating Implant for the Production of Brain Lessions. The IEEE Trans on Bio-Med Eng BME 18-2:104-109, 1971.
  19. Burton CV: Conference on Neuromagnetics. The IEEE Trans on Bio-Med Eng BME 18-3:242-245, 1971.
  20. Burton CV: New Neurosurgical Operating Glasses and Fiberoptic Headlight. Jour of Neurosurgery 34:704-705, 1971.
  21. Black R: Experimental Radiofrequency Telethermohypophysectomy. Jour of Neurosurg 3:564-570, 1971.
  22. Burton CV: The Neurosurgical Treatment of Intractable Pain. Penna Medicine 75:53-55, 1972.
  23. Burton CV: Management of the Unconscious Patient. Emergency Medicine, Vol 4:155-158, 1972.
  24. Burton CV: Neuromagnetics – An Experimental and Clinical Tool. In Critical Reviews in Bio-Med Eng, pp 273-288, Cleveland, CRC Press, 1973.
  25. Burton CV, Blacker HM: A Compact Hand Drill for Neurosurgical Use. Surgical Neurology 1:59-60, 1973.
  26. Shealy CN, Preito A, Burton CV, Long D: Articular Nerve of Lushka Rhizotomy for the Relief of Back and Leg Pain. In: Proceedings of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Los Angles, April 10, 1973.
  27. Burton CV: Pain Suppression Through Peripheral Nerve Stimulation. Neural Organization and its Relevance to Prosthetics, Symposia Specialists: Miami, 1973 (pp.241-250).
  28. Burton CV and Maurer D: Pain Suppression by Transcutaneous Electronic Stimulation. IEEE Trans. Bio-Med Eng BME 21:81-88, 1974.
  29. Burton CV: Seminar on Dorsal Column Stimulation: Summary of Proceedings.Surgical Neurology 1:285-289, 1973.
  30. Burton CV: Instrumentation for Dorsal Column Stimulator Implantation. Surgical Neurology 2:37-38, 1974.
  31. Lee SH, Burton CV, Lapayowker MS: Radiologic Evaluation of Dorsal Column Stimulators. J.L. Assoc., Can Radiol 25:196-201, 1974.
  32. Burton CV, Neuoaugmentive Surgery. Arch Phys Med Rehab 55:564, 1974.
  33. Burton CV: Dorsal Column Stimulation: Optimization of Application. Surgical Neurology 4:171-179, 1975.
  34. Burton CV: Electronics Banish Pain. Science Year: The World Book Annual, Chicago, Field Enterprises Ed Corp, 1974.
  35. Burton CV: Implanted Devices for Electronic Augmentation of Nervous System Function. Medical Instrumen 9:221-223, 1975.
  36. Lee SH, Burton CV, Chan GH: Post-Traumatic Ophthalmic Vein Arterialization. Surgical Neurology 4:483-484, 1975.
  37. Burton CV: Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation for Pain Relief. Postgraduate Medicine, pp 105-108, June 1976.
  38. Burton CV, Nida G: The Sister Kenny Institute Gravity Lumbar Reduction Therapy Program. Sister Kenny Institute Rehabilitation Publication No. 731; Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1976.
  39. Burton CV, Rivera J: The Management of Post-Incisional Surgical Pain with Transcutaneous Electric Nerve Stimulation. Sister Kenny Institute Rehabilitation Publication No. 730; Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1976.
  40. Burton CV: The Physician and Voluntary Consensus Standards Development. In: Proceedings of the Second Annual AAMI/FDA Conference on Medical Device Regulation, Washington, D.C., November 20-21, 1975, Published for the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation, Arlington, Virginia, 1976.
  41. Burton CV: Medical Device Legislation: A Neurosurgeon’s Critique of the System. In: Proceedings: The Clinical Evaluation for Medical Devices, Washington, D.C., April 28, 1976, Published by the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation, Arlington, Virginia, Medical Instrumentation Series AAMI-101, 1976.
  42. Burton CV, Maurer DD: Solvent-Activated Current Passing Tape Electrode for Transcutaneous Electrical Stimulation for the Peripheral Nervous System. IEEE Trans Bio-Med Eng BME 23:346-347, 1976.
  43. Burton CV: Electrical Modulation of Nervous System Function: Editorial. Jour Fla Med Assoc 63:902, 1976.
  44. Burton CV: Federal Legislation for Regulating Implants and Neurostimulators. In: Clinical Neurosurgery, Volume 24, Baltimore, Williams and Wilkins, 1977.
  45. Burton CV, Nida G: Be Good to Your Back. Sister Kenny Institute Rehabilitation Publication No. 738, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1977.
  46. Burton CV, Gardner RM: Biomedical Instrumentation in the Soviet Union. Med Instrum 11:124-126, 1977.
  47. Ray CD, Burton CV, Maurer DD: Electrical Stimulation: Clinical Applications for Therapy and Rehabilitation. Excerpta Medica, Int Congress Series No. 418, p 44, 1977.
  48. Ray CD, Burton CV, Maurer DD: Electrical Stimulation: Emerging Applications for Therapy and Rehabilitation. Excerpta Medica, International Congress Series No. 418, p 181,1977.
  49. Burton CV, Ray CD, Nashold BS: Symposium on the Safety and Clinical Efficacy of Implanted Neuroaugmentive Devices. Neurosurg 1:186-232, 1977.
  50. Burton CV: Saftey and Clinical Efficacy: Session on Spinal Cord Stimulation:Symposium on the Safety and Clinical Efficacy of Implanted Neuroaugmentive Devices. Neurosurg 1:214-215, 1977.
  51. Burton CV: The Balance Between Regulation and Freedom. Neurosurg 1:322-323, 1977.
  52. Burton CV: RF Lesion Generation. Appl Neurophys 39:77-79, 1976-1977.
  53. Burton CV: Percutaneous Radio-Frequency Facet Denervation. Appl Neurophys 39:80-85, 1976-1977.
  54. Burton CV: Neuroaugmentation. Clin Eng 5:10-11, 1977.
  55. Burton CV: The Medical Device Amendments of 1976. Neurosurg 2:74-75, 1978.
  56. Burton CV: A Report Classification Recommendations for Neurological Devices. Neurosurg 2:183-186, 1978.
  57. Burton CV: CT Update. Neurosurg 2:185-186, 1978.
  58. Burton CV: Medical Standards. Neurosurg 2:303, 1978.
  59. Burton CV, Wiltse LL: Editorial: Symposium: Lumbar Arachnoiditis:Nomenclature, Etiology, and Pathology. Spine 3:23, 1978.
  60. Burton CV: Lumbosacral Arachnoiditis. Spine 3:24-30, 1978.
  61. Burton CV: Saftey and Clinical Efficacy of Implanted Neuroaugmentive Spinal Devices for the Relief of Pain. Appl Neurophys 40(2-4):175-183, 1977-1978.
  62. Burton CV, Nida, G, Ray CD, Heithoff K: Treating Low Back Pain in the Elderly. Geriatrics 33:61-69, 1978.
  63. Burton CV: Computed Tomographic Scanning and the Lumbar Spine: Part I: Economic and Historic Review. Spine 4:353-355, 1979.
  64. Burton CV, Heithoff K, Kirkaldy-Willis W, Ray CD: Computed Tomographic Scanning and Lumbar Spine: Part II: Clinical Considerations. Spine 4:356-368, 1979.
  65. Burton CV: Recent Developments in the Treatment of Low Back Pain. Audio-Digest Orthopedics, Vol. 3, No. 4, April 1980. Audio-Digest Foundation, Glendale, California.
  66. Burton CV: The Sister Kenny Institute Gravity Lumbar Reduction Therapy
  67. Program. In Finneson BE (ed): Low Back Pain, 2nd ed, Philadelphia, J. B.Lippincott Co, 1980.
  68. Ray CD, Burton CV: Deep Brain Stimulation for Severe Chronic Pain. Acta Neurhirurgia Suppl 30:289-293, 1980.
  69. Lifson A, Heithoff K, Burton CV, Ray CD: High-resolution Computed Tomography Scan of Lumbosacral Spine. In Felix R, Kazner E, Wegner OH (eds.):
  70. Contrast Media in Computed Tomography, Excerpta Medica Int Cong Series 561, pp183-187, 1981.
  71. Burton CV: The Role of Spine Fusion. Spine 6:291, 1981.
  72. Burton CV: Atlas of Rat Neuroanatomy. Johns Hopkins University, Dept. Physiol.Psych, Baltimore, 1956.
  73. House EL, Burton CV, Cooper H, Anderson E: The Implantation of Neonatal Pancreas into the Cheek Pouch of the Alloxan Diabetic Hamster. Endocrinology 63:389-391, 1958.
  74. Walker AE, Adamkiewicz JJ, Burton CV, Mozley JM, Dillon ET: High Frequency Thermal Induction Lesions of the Brain. Jour. Nerv. and Mental Dis. 136: 298-301;1963.
  75. Burton CV, Blacker HM: A Compact Hand Drill for Emergency Brain Decompression. Jour Trauma 5:643-646, 1965.
  76. Walker AE, Burton CV, Mozley JM: The Production of Focal Brain lesions by Induction Heating. Proc. III Int. Cong. Neurol. Surg., Excerpta Medica Found, pp 556-560, 1965.
  77. Burton CV, Mozley JM, Walker AE: Induction Thermocoagulation of the Brain: A New Neurosurgical Tool. IEEE Trans on Bio-Med, Engr BME-13:114-120, 1966.
  78. Walker AE, Burton CV: Radiofrequency Telethermocoagulation. JAMA 197:700-704, 1966.
  79. Burton CV, Velasco F, Dorman J: Traumatic Aneurysm of a Peripheral Cerebral Artery: Review and Case Report. Jour Nerosurg 28:468-474, 1968.
  80. Burton CV, Brisman R: Neurosurgical Indications for the Use of a Compact Hand Twist Drill. Johns Hopkins Med Jour 123:17-22, 1968.
  81. Burton CV: The Management of Chronic Subdural Hematoma Using a Compact Hand Twist Drill. Military Med 133:891-895, 1968.
  82. Burton CV: The Case of the Mysterious Missile. Jour Trauma 9:257-260, 1969.
  83. Buchheit WA, Burton CV, Haag B, Shaw D: Papilledema and Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension. New Eng Jour Med 280:938-942, 1969.
  84. Burton CV, Black R: Hypophysectomy Utilizing Induction Heating. IV Int Cong Neurol Surg of the World Federation of Neurological Societies, Excerpta Medica International Congress Series 193:45-46, 1969.
  85. Burton CV, Johnston JJ: Multiple Cerebral Aneurysms and Cardiac Myxoma. New Eng Jour Med 282:35-36, 1969.
  86. Neidermeyer E, Walker AE, Burton CV: The Slow Spike Wave Complex as Correlate of Frontal and Fronto-Temporal Post-Traumatic Epilepsy. Eur Neurol 3:330-346, 1970.
  87. Goldberg M, Burton CV: Exophthalmos from Ruptured Intracavernous Carotid Aneurysm Without Pulsation, Bruit, or Murmer. Jour of Ophthalmology 70:830-832, 1970.
  88. Burton CV: Ischemic Infarction of the Spinal Cord With Traumatic Sequela. Stroke 1:397-400, 1970.
  89. Burton CV, Hill M, Walker AE: The RF Thermoseed, A Thermally Self-Regulating Implant for the Production of Brain Lessions. The IEEE Trans on Bio-Med Eng BME 18-2:104-109, 1971.
  90. Burton CV: Conference on Neuromagnetics. The IEEE Trans on Bio-Med Eng BME 18-3:242-245, 1971.
  91. Burton CV: New Neurosurgical Operating Glasses and Fiberoptic Headlight. Jour of Neurosurgery 34:704-705, 1971.
  92. Black R: Experimental Radiofrequency Telethermohypophysectomy. Jour of Neurosurg 3:564-570, 1971.
  93. Burton CV: The Neurosurgical Treatment of Intractable Pain. Penna Medicine 75:53-55, 1972.
  94. Burton CV: Management of the Unconscious Patient. Emergency Medicine, Vol 4:155-158, 1972.
  95. Burton CV: Neuromagnetics – An Experimental and Clinical Tool. In Critical Reviews in Bio-Med Eng, pp 273-288, Cleveland, CRC Press, 1973.
  96. Burton CV, Blacker HM: A Compact Hand Drill for Neurosurgical Use. Surgical Neurology 1:59-60, 1973.
  97. Shealy CN, Preito A, Burton CV, Long D: Articular Nerve of Lushka Rhizotomy for the Relief of Back and Leg Pain. In: Proceedings of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, Los Angles, April 10, 1973.
  98. Burton CV: Pain Suppression Through Peripheral Nerve Stimulation. Neural Organization and its Relevance to Prosthetics, Symposia Specialists: Miami, 1973 (pp.241-250).
  99. Burton CV and Maurer D: Pain Suppression by Transcutaneous Electronic Stimulation. IEEE Trans. Bio-Med Eng BME 21:81-88, 1974.
  100. Burton CV: Seminar on Dorsal Column Stimulation: Summary of Proceedings.Surgical Neurology 1:285-289, 1973.
  101. Burton CV: Instrumentation for Dorsal Column Stimulator Implantation. Surgical Neurology 2:37-38, 1974.
  102. Lee SH, Burton CV, Lapayowker MS: Radiologic Evaluation of Dorsal Column Stimulators. J.L. Assoc., Can Radiol 25:196-201, 1974.
  103. Burton CV, Neuoaugmentive Surgery. Arch Phys Med Rehab 55:564, 1974.
  104. Burton CV: Dorsal Column Stimulation: Optimization of Application. Surgical Neurology 4:171-179, 1975.
  105. Burton CV: Electronics Banish Pain. Science Year: The World Book Annual, Chicago, Field Enterprises Ed Corp, 1974.
  106. Burton CV: Implanted Devices for Electronic Augmentation of Nervous System Function. Medical Instrumen 9:221-223, 1975.
  107. Lee SH, Burton CV, Chan GH: Post-Traumatic Ophthalmic Vein Arterialization. Surgical Neurology 4:483-484, 1975.
  108. Burton CV: Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation for Pain Relief. Postgraduate Medicine, pp 105-108, June 1976.
  109. Burton CV, Nida G: The Sister Kenny Institute Gravity Lumbar Reduction Therapy Program. Sister Kenny Institute Rehabilitation Publication No. 731; Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1976.
  110. Burton CV, Rivera J: The Management of Post-Incisional Surgical Pain with Transcutaneous Electric Nerve Stimulation. Sister Kenny Institute Rehabilitation Publication No. 730; Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1976.
  111. Burton CV: The Physician and Voluntary Consensus Standards Development. In: Proceedings of the Second Annual AAMI/FDA Conference on Medical Device Regulation, Washington, D.C., November 20-21, 1975, Published for the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation, Arlington, Virginia, 1976.
  112. Burton CV: Medical Device Legislation: A Neurosurgeon’s Critique of the System. In: Proceedings: The Clinical Evaluation for Medical Devices, Washington, D.C., April 28, 1976, Published by the Association for the Advancement of Medical Instrumentation, Arlington, Virginia, Medical Instrumentation Series AAMI-101, 1976.
  113. Burton CV, Maurer DD: Solvent-Activated Current Passing Tape Electrode for Transcutaneous Electrical Stimulation for the Peripheral Nervous System. IEEE Trans Bio-Med Eng BME 23:346-347, 1976.
  114. Burton CV: Electrical Modulation of Nervous System Function: Editorial. Jour Fla Med Assoc 63:902, 1976.
  115. Burton CV: Federal Legislation for Regulating Implants and Neurostimulators. In: Clinical Neurosurgery, Volume 24, Baltimore, Williams and Wilkins, 1977.
  116. Burton CV, Nida G: Be Good to Your Back. Sister Kenny Institute Rehabilitation Publication No. 738, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1977.
  117. Burton CV, Gardner RM: Biomedical Instrumentation in the Soviet Union. Med Instrum 11:124-126, 1977.
  118. Ray CD, Burton CV, Maurer DD: Electrical Stimulation: Clinical Applications for Therapy and Rehabilitation. Excerpta Medica, Int Congress Series No. 418, p 44, 1977.
  119. Ray CD, Burton CV, Maurer DD: Electrical Stimulation: Emerging Applications for Therapy and Rehabilitation. Excerpta Medica, International Congress Series No. 418, p 181,1977.
  120. Burton CV, Ray CD, Nashold BS: Symposium on the Safety and Clinical Efficacy of Implanted Neuroaugmentive Devices. Neurosurg 1:186-232, 1977.
  121. Burton CV: Saftey and Clinical Efficacy: Session on Spinal Cord Stimulation:Symposium on the Safety and Clinical Efficacy of Implanted Neuroaugmentive Devices. Neurosurg 1:214-215, 1977.
  122. Burton CV: The Balance Between Regulation and Freedom.Neurosurg 1:322-323, 1977.
  123. Burton CV: RF Lesion Generation. Appl Neurophys 39:77-79, 1976-1977.
  124. Burton CV: Percutaneous Radio-Frequency Facet Denervation. Appl Neurophys 39:80-85, 1976-1977.
  125. Burton CV: Neuroaugmentation.Clin Eng 5:10-11, 1977.
  126. Burton CV: The Medical Device Amendments of 1976. Neurosurg 2:74-75, 1978.
  127. Burton CV: A Report Classification Recommendations for Neurological Devices. Neurosurg 2:183-186, 1978.
  128. Burton CV: CT Update. Neurosurg 2:185-186, 1978.
  129. Burton CV: Medical Standards. Neurosurg 2:303, 1978.
  130. Burton CV, Wiltse LL: Editorial: Symposium: Lumbar Arachnoiditis:Nomenclature, Etiology, and Pathology. Spine 3:23, 1978.
  131. Burton CV: Lumbosacral Arachnoiditis. Spine 3:24-30, 1978.
  132. Burton CV: Saftey and Clinical Efficacy of Implanted Neuroaugmentive Spinal Devices for the Relief of Pain. Appl Neurophys 40(2-4):175-183, 1977-1978.
  133. Burton CV, Nida, G, Ray CD, Heithoff K: Treating Low Back Pain in the Elderly. Geriatrics 33:61-69, 1978.
  134. Burton CV: Computed Tomographic Scanning and the Lumbar Spine: Part I: Economic and Historic Review. Spine 4:353-355, 1979.
  135. Burton CV, Heithoff K, Kirkaldy-Willis W, Ray CD: Computed Tomographic Scanning and Lumbar Spine: Part II: Clinical Considerations. Spine 4:356-368, 1979.
  136. Burton CV: Recent Developments in the Treatment of Low Back Pain. Audio-Digest Orthopedics, Vol. 3, No. 4, April 1980. Audio-Digest Foundation, Glendale, California.
  137. Burton CV: The Sister Kenny Institute Gravity Lumbar Reduction Therapy Program. In Finneson BE (ed): Low Back Pain, 2nd ed, Philadelphia, J. B.Lippincott Co, 1980.
  138. Ray CD, Burton CV: Deep Brain Stimulation for Severe Chronic Pain. Acta Neurochirurgia Suppl 30:289-293, 1980.
  139. Lifson A, Heithoff K, Burton CV, Ray CD: High-resolution Computed Tomography Scan of Lumbosacral Spine. In Felix R, Kazner E, Wegner OH (eds.).
  140. Burton CV: Contrast Media in Computed Tomography, Excerpta Medica Int Cong Series 561, pp183-187, 1981.
  141. Burton CV: The Role of Spine Fusion. Spine 6:291, 1981.
  142. Ray CD, Burton CV: Lumbar Decompression. New Procedures “Guided” by CT Scans. In Varlag GT: Neurosurgical Surgery, New York, Stuttgart, 1981.
  143. Burton CV: Computerized Tomographic Scanning. In Laufman H. (ed): Hospital Special-Care Facilities: Planning for User Needs, 9th ed, New York, Academic Press, Inc, 1981.
  144. Burton CV: Conservative Management of Low Back Pain. Post-Grad Med 70:168-183, 1981.
  145. Burton CV, Kirkaldy-Willis WH, Yong-Hing KW, Heithoff KB: Causes of Failure of Surgery on the Lumbar Spine. Clin Ortho Rel Res 157:191-199, 1981.
  146. Ray CD, Burton CV, Lifson A: Neurostimulation as Used in a Large Clinical Practice. Appl Neurophysiol 45:160-166, 1982.
  147. Burton CV, Ray CD: Control of Pain in the Cancer Patient. In DeVita V, Hellman S, Rosenberg S (eds.): Principles and Practice ofOncology,Philadelphia, J.B. Lippencott Co., 1982.
  148. Burton CV: The Etiology of the “Failed Back Surgery Syndrome.” In Cauthen (ed): Lumbar Spine Surgery, Baltimore, Williams and Wilkins, 1983.
  149. Burton CV: How to Avoid the “Failed Back Surgery Syndrome.” In Cauthen (ed): Lumbar Spine Surgery, Baltimore, Williams and Wilkins, 1983.
  150. Burton CV: Gravity Lumbar Reduction. In Kirkaldy-Willis (ed): Managing Low Back Pain, New York, Churchill Livingstone, 1983.
  151. Burton, CV: Neuroaugmentive Surgery. In Kirkaldy-Willis (ed): Managing Low Back Pain, New York, Churchill Livingstone, 1983.
  152. Javid JJ, Nordby EJ, Ford LT et al: Safety and Efficacy of Chymopapain (Chymodiactin) in Herniated Nucleus Pulposus with Sciatica: Results of a Randomized, Double-blind Study. JAMA 249:2489-2494, 1983.
  153. Burton CV: The Practical Present and Future of CT Imaging. In Donovan-Post J (ed): Radiographic Evaluation of the Spine, Vol. II, Balitmore, Williams and Wilkins, 1983.
  154. Burton CV: High Resolution CT Scanning: The Present and Future. In Mooney V (ed): Orthopedic Clinics of North America,Vol 14, No 3, pp 539-551, Philadelphia, W. B. Saunders, 1983.
  155. Burton CV: Conservative Management of Lumbar Disc Disease. In Genant HK (ed): Spine Update 1984, Univ of California Printing Dept, 1983.
  156. Burton CV: Diagnosis and Treatment of Lateral Spinal Stenosis: Implications Regarding the “Failed Back Surgery Syndrome.” In Genant HK (ed): Spine Update 1984, Univ of California Printing Dept, 1983.
  157. Heithoff KB, Burton CV, Salib RM: Computed Tomographic Evaluation in Chemonucleolysis. In Genant HK (ed): Spine Update 1984, Univ of California Printing Dept, 1983.
  158. Burton CV: Full Thickness Autogenous Fat Grafts in the Prevention of Epidural Fibrosis. In Wilkins RH, Rengachary SS (eds.): Neurosurgery, New York, McGraw-Hill, 1984.
  159. Burton CV: The Failed Back. In Wilkins RH, Rengachary SS (eds.): Neurosurgery, New York, McGraw-Hill, 1984.
  160. Burton CV: The Sucessful Surgical Management of Lateral Spinal Stenosis. Amer Acad Ortho Surg Instructional Course Lectures, Vol 34, 1985.
  161. Heithoff KB, Burton CV: CT Evaluation of the Failed Back Surgery Syndrome. In Genant HK (ed): Orthopedic Clinics of North America, Philadelphia, W B Sanders,1984.
  162. Burton CV: On the Diagnosis and Surgical Treatment of Lumbar Subarticular and “Far Out” Lateral Spinal Stenosis. In Watkins RG, Collis JS (eds.): Lumbar Discectomy and Laminectomy: Principles and Techniques in Spine Surgery,Rockville,Maryland, Aspen Publishers, 1987.
  163. Burton CV: The Spinal Column: A Modern Tower of Babel. In Watkins RG, Collis JS (eds.): Lumbar Discectomy and Laminectomy: Principles and Techniques in Spine Surgery,Rockville, Maryland, Aspen Publishers, 1987.
  164. Burton CV: Spinal Imaging: A Modern Inconvenience? In Genent HK (ed): Spinal Update 1987, University of California, Radiology Research and Education Foundation, San Francisco, University of California Press, 1987.
  165. Burton CV, Heithoff KB, Schellhas KP: Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Evaluation of the Failed Back Surgery Syndrome. In Genant HK (ed): Spinal Update 1987, University of California, Radiology Research and Education Foundation, San Francisco, University of California Press, 1987.
  166. Burton CV: Clinical Review of the Failed Back Syndrome. In Genant HK (ed):Spinal Update 1987, University of California, Radiology Research and Education Foundation, San Francisco, University of California Press, 1987.
  167. Burton CV: Reducing the Cost of Low Back Pain. In Genant HK (ed): Spinal Update 1987, University of California, Radiology Research and Education Foundation, San Francisco, University of California Press, 1987.
  168. Burton CV: Gravity Lumbar Reduction. In Kiraldy-Willis WH (ed):Managing Low Back Pain, Second Edition, New York, Churchill-Livingstone, 1988.
  169. Burton CV: Neuroaugmentive Surgery. In Kiraldy-Willis WH (ed): Managing Low Back Pain, Second Edition, New York, Churchill-Livingstone, 1988.
  170. Burton CV: Clinical Significance of Lumbosacral Adhesive Arachnoiditis. In Long DM (ed): Current Therapy in Neurological Surgery-2, Toronto, B C Becker,1989.
  171. Burton CV: Lumbar Nerve Entrapment: Central Foraminal, and Extraforminal Zones. In Cauthen JC (ed): Lumbar Spine Surgery, Second Edition, Baltimore, Williams and Wilkins, 1988.
  172. Burton CV: Avoiding the Failed Back Surgery Syndrome. In Cauthen JC (ed):Lumbar Spine Surgery, Second Edition, Baltimore, Williams and Wilkins, 1988.
  173. Burton CV: Etiology of the Failed Back Surgery Syndrome. Cauthen JC (ed):Lumbar Spine Surgery, Second Edition, Baltimore, Williams and Wilkins, 1988.
  174. Burton CV: Adhesive Arachnoiditis. In Youmans JR (ed): Neurological Surgery, Third Edition, Philadelphia, W B Saunders, 1990. (Updated 1996 in 3rd Edition).
  175. Kirkaldy-Willis W, Burton CV, Heithoff KB: Lateral Spinal Nerve Entrapment. Pain Management, March/April, 1990, pp 93-98.
  176. Burton CV: Fusion: Where its Been and Where its Going. In Weinstein JN (ed): The Lumbar Spine, Published by the Int. Soc. for Study of the Lumbar Spine, Philadelphia, Saunders, 1990.
  177. Burton CV: How can Atheletes Potentiate Their Spines for the Future?: Eugonomics-The Next Step Beyond Ergonomics. In Hochschuler SH (ed): Spinal Injuries in Sports, SPINE: State of the Art Reviews 4 (2):297-304, Philadelphia, Hanley and Belfus, 1990.
  178. Burton CV: How can Atheletes Potentiate Their Spines for the Future?:Eugonomics-The Next Step Beyond Ergonomics. In Hochschiler SH (ed): The Spine in Sports, Philadelphia, Hanely and Belfus, 1990.
  179. Burton CV: Causes of Failure of Surgery on the Lumbar Spine. Mt Sinai Jour Med 58(2):183-187. 1991.
  180. Burton CV: Preparing the Back for the Age 100. Jour Back and Musculoskel Rehab, 1:49-54, 1991.
  181. Burton CV: Surgical Discectomy 1991: Status Report, Seminars In Orthopaedics, 6:92-96, 1991 (W.B. Saunders: Phil.).
  182. Kirkaldy-Willis W, Burton CV, Heithoff KB: Lateral spinal nerve entrapment. Pain March/ April, 1990, pp. 93-98.
  183. Burton CV, Cassidy JD: Economic, epidemiology, and risk factors. In: :Managing Low Back Pain, Vol. III, (Ed: Kirkaldy-Willis WH, Burton CV) Churchill-Livingstone: New York, 1992. ,
  184. Kirkaldy-Willis WH, Burton CV: Introduction: The clinical picture. In: Managing Low Back Pain, Vol. III, (Ed: Kirkaldy-Willis WH, Burton CV) Churchill Livingstone: New York, 1992. ,
  185. :Kirkaldy-Willis WH, Burton CV: A comprehensive outline of treatment. In: Managing Low Back Pain, Vol. III, (Ed: Kirkaldy-Willis WH, Burton CV) Churchill Livingstone: New York, 1992. ,
  186. Burton CV: Low back care: The gravity of the situation. In: Managing Low Back Pain, Vol. III, (Ed: Kirkaldy-Willis WH, Burton CV):Churchill Livingstone:New York, 1992. ,
  187. Burton CV: Recent surgical developments.. In: Managing Low Back Pain, Vol.III, (Ed: Kirkaldy-Willis WH, Burton CV):Churchill Livingstone: New York, 1992..
  188. Burton CV: Neurosurgery, past, present, and future. In: Managing Low Back Pain, Vol. III, (Ed: Kirkaldy-Willis WH, Burton CV):Churchill Livingstone: New York, 1992. ,
  189. Heithoff KB, Gundry CR, Burton CV, Winter RB:Juvenile discogenic disease. Spine 19:335-340, 1994.
  190. Burton CV: Lateral spinal stenosis and the “Failed Back Surgery Syndrome” NeuroOrthopedics 17/18:179-181, 1995.
  191. Burton CV: The controversy of “large versus small”; The present role of minimally invasive spine surgical procedures. In:: Spinal Medicine and Surgery (Ed: White A), 1995.
  192. Burton CV: The Ethics of Spine Health Care, In: The Lumbar Spine Vol. II, The International Society for Study of the Lumbar Spine, Second Edition (Ed: Weisel et al), W. B. Saunders Co.1996.
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  197. Burton, CV: Failed Back Surgery Patients: The Alarm Bells are Ringing, In: Surgical Neurology, 65:5-6, 2006.
  198. Burton, CV: The Need for the Early Diagnosis of Genomic Spine Disorders, In: HealthEast MedStaff Update, February/ March 2007.
  199. Burton, CV: The Present Role of Titanium Cage Fusions In Spine Care, In: www.spineuniverse.com, September, 2008.
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Publications In Preparation and in Press:
Multi-level Spine Fusion as a Primary Treatment for Low Back Pain
Prognosis for Patients With Genomic Spine Disorders
Tools for the Skilled Spine Surgeon
Spine Decompression and Stabilization for Spinal Stenosis Using Titanium Posterior Interbody Threaded Fusion Cages.
The Role of Collagen IX in Promoting Disc Degeneration
The Origin of the Fiberoptic Surgical Headlight

Informatives Published on www.burtonreport.com from January 1, 2000 to January 1, 2016

Informatives on Health Care

The British National Health Service
Conflicts of Interest in Health Care
The Demeaning of Medicine
Ethics and Medical Practice
“Falling Into Disuse”
Health Care: A Rational Approach
Healthcare and Restaurants
Information and the Use of Information
Managed Health Care
The History of Managed Health Care in The United States
Medical Savings Accounts
Medicare
The “Mongo Mind-Set” in Health Care
The “New Guinea Syndrome” in Health Care
Patient Privacy
Patient Independence from the “System”
Peer Review
Socialized Health Care
Worker’s Compensation

Informatives on Forensic Medicine

Accountability
The Balance Between Regulation and Freedom
Death and Dignity
Death and Guns
Death Penalty and the Xylotyl
The Xylotyl Revisited
Effect of Injury
Ethics and Forensic Medicine
The Expert Witness
Human Experimentation and Plutonium
Informed Consent
International Terrorism: Editorial
Medical Malpractice Relating To Spine Care
Medical Malpractice and Tort Reform
Misadventures and Negligence
The Pirates of Peter the Great: Reverse Engineering in the Soviet Union
Science and the Courtroom
Standards of Care
The “Paper-Thin” Skull

Informatives on the Lumbar Spine

Planet Earth and the Gravity of the Situation
The Basics of Spine Care
The Consumer’s Guide to a Healthy Spine
Low Back School
The Athlete’s Guide To A Healthy Spine
Pilots and Low Back Pain
Restorative, Non-Invasive Spine Care
The History Of Spinal Traction/ Distraction
The Sister Kenny Institute Gravity Lumbar Reduction Therapy Program (GLR)
Modern Spinal Unloading and Stretching Utilizing Anti-Gravitational Traction
The Spine Savings Account Philosophy
Chemonucleolysis with Chymopapain
Discectomy
Epidural Steroid Injections
Intradiscal Thermocoagulation (IDET)
Minimally Invasive Restorative Spine Care
Radio-Frequency Facet Nerve Blocks
Prolotherapy
Vertebroplasty and Kyphoplasty
Editorial on Minimally Invasive Procedures
Pain Management Clinics and “Procedure Mills”
Myelography and Neurotoxic Substances
Neurotoxic Substances
Overview of Spine Surgery
How To Find A Good Spine Surgeon
The Risks Of Spine Surgery
The Basics of Spine Surgery
Artificial Discs
The History of Lumbar Spine Stabilization
“Fusion”: What Is It?
Spine Stabilization With Pedicle Screw Instrumentation
The “Transitional Syndrome”
Rigid Fusion versus Flexible Stabilization
The Future Of Spine Stabilization
Restorative Spine Surgery
Stabilizing the Multi-Level Degenerative Spine
Strut Stabilization (The “Physiologic” Stabilization)
Cage Stabilization Review
The Concept of the Carpenter And The Nail
The Cost Of Spinal Stabilization
Why Back Surgery Fails
The Salvage Of Failed Back Surgery Cases
Lumbar “Fusion”
Why Back Surgery Fails
The Salvage Of Failed Back Surgery Cases
Non-Invasive Restorative Spine Care
Minimally Invasive Spine Care
Pathophysiology: The “Clinical Cascade”
Lateral Spinal Stenosis
The Human Nervous System
Nerve Injury
The “Giraffe Neck” Phenomenon in Medicine
On Disc Degeneration and Back Pain
Juvenile Discogenic Disease and “Degenerative Disc Disease”
Juvenile Discogenic Disease; What is it?
Genetic Considerations of Spine Disease
Non-Invasive Treatment of Genomic Spine Disease
Surgical Management of Genomic Spine Disease
Trauma in the Patient with Juvenile Discogenic Disease
Overview of Adhesive Arachnoiditis
Anatomy of Adhesive Arachnoiditis
Nomenclature of Arachnoiditis
Classification of Arachnoiditis
Pantopaque® and Human Experimentation
Pantopaque® and Human Experimentation
The Subarachnoid Space
Neurotoxic Substances and Adhesive Arachnoiditis
Myelography and Neurotoxic Substances
The Lipiodol Story
Epidural Steroids
Epidural Injection of the Lumbar Spine
The Foix-Alajouanine Syndrome
Smoking and Adhesive Arachnoiditis
The History of the Challenge of the Lumbar Spine
The Farfan “Expedition” Spine Meetings
The History of International Society for Study of the Lumbar Spine
The Origin of the North American Spine Society
Eugonomics versus Ergonomics: New Thoughts for a New Millennium
Neurostimulation for the Relief of Intractable Pain
The Evolution of Neurostimulation
History of Neuroaugmentive Devices
Neurostimulation and the Nervous System: Theories of Pain
A Glossary of Spinal Stimulation Devices
Smoking, Cigarettes, And The Human Spine
Spine Tumors

 

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