This nervy creature offers a peek into the dinosaur ER. It
makes one wonder how modern medical science may have benefited
the doomed creatures. Surgery session on a Stegosaurus!
Artist Mike George sponge-painted the skin and detailed areas
of neurological activity and blood flow to create "Neurosaurus."
for this dino’s brain, spinal cord, leg muscles, and
more. Doctors and other healthcare professionals will want
to monitor this dinosaur and find him an appropriate home.
The sale of "Neurosaurus"
benefits Think First for Teens, an educational program that
explores peer pressure, risk-taking and conflict resolution
as they relate to violence, motor vehicle safety, and sports/recreation
Surgical Neuromonitoring Associates, Inc. provides intraoperative
neurophysiological testing and monitoring services in most
Pittsburgh hospitals and for many of the area’s finest
surgeons. Focusing primarily on surgeries of the spine and
brain, our highly skilled clinical neurophysiologists and
technicians are dedicated to assisting surgeons in performing
the safest surgery possible.