Presented here, for your review, are copies of some of the original, and recent, publications on the subject of myelography and adhesive arachnoiditis. Least there be any doubt regarding the clear indications of danger to the public health, made evident over 50 years ago as well as in current time, viewers are invited to review these materials and draw their own conclusions.
Clinical Report On The Use Of Pantopaque
The initial report on Pantopaque presented by William P. Van Wagenen to the Harvey Cushing Society on May 19, 1942.
Myelography with “Ethyliophenylundeclyate” Pantopaque® Theodore B. Steinhausen, M.D., and his associates from the University of Rochester and the Strong Memorial Hospital (Rochester, New York) published this “classic” paper in the journal “Radiology” in 1944.
Neurologic Effects of Iodinized Vegetable Oils Investigational Study by Rudolph Jaeger from the Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, April 25, 1947.
Lumbosacral Adhesive Arachnoiditis
Chapter of the textbook “Neurological Surgery” authored by the Editor of Burton Report®, 1990 and 1996
Arachnoiditis: A Brief Summary of the Literature Christchurch School of Medicine and Health Sciences authored byPeter Day and associates. Commissioned by the New Zealand Ministry of Health,November 2001.
Symptomatic Lumbar Spinal Arachnoiditis: Fact Or Fallacy?
A Personal View P.G. Petty et. al., Published in the Journal of Neurosciences (Australia), Volume 7, 2002.