Dr. Lazio has published her original research on many clinical topics, including gamma knife radiosurgery, brain tumor growth factors, treatment of unusual spinal tumors, avoiding complications of spine surgery, treatment of fracture with neurological involvement, the use of anticoagulation (anti-clotting medicine) in neurosurgery, imaging in neurosurgery and rare types of malignant brain tumors. Her original research has been published in Orthopedics, Neurosurgery, Neurosurgical Focus, Surgical Neurology and elsewhere.
Dr. Lazio has conducted laboratory research in the University of Maryland Department of Neurosurgery, the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine Department of Neurosurgery and the Case Western Reserve University Department of Pharmacology, investigating topics ranging from experimental treatments for leukemia to preparing protocols for recurrent brain tumors.
Dr. Lazio has also given numerous presentations on topics including gamma knife treatment planning; gamma knife surgery for malignant brain tumors and intracranial lesions; increased survival rates after special treatments for metastatic brain tumors; current concepts in head injury; acute management of spinal cord injury; current practices in treatment of spinal tumors and invasive pituitary tumors; concussion in athletes and many more.
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