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NSGNuclear Suppliers Group
NSGNational Security Guards (India)
NSGNaturschutzgebiet (German: Nature Reserve)
NSGNeurosurgeon
NSGNaval Security Group
NSGNational System for Geospatial-Intelligence
NSGNetwork Support Group
NSGNational Steering Group (UK)
NSGNational Senior Games
NSGNational Support Group
NSGNational Seminars Group
NSGNew Socialist Group (Canada)
NSGNo Sphere Grid (gaming)
NSGN-Substituted Glycine
NSGNelson Speleo Group (caving club in New Zealand)
NSGNaui Services Group, Inc
NSGNever Stop Grinding
NSGNetwork Sub-Group
NSGNotice Support Group
NSGNewborn Screening and Genetics (Association of Public Health Laboratories)
NSGNational School of Government (UK)
NSGNetwork Services Group (various locations)
NSGNational Stakeholder Group
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Sixty-three per cent described themselves as generalist neurosurgeons and a quarter (26.
What: Stanley Tucci stars in this drama about neurosurgeons.
Gupta was fascinated by the neurosurgeons who treated his grandfather: "They made him better.
But only since last July did the 43 year-old neurosurgeon get paid for it.
Whenever the minimum wage is up for discussion, big business and small business seem to develop some health problems that need the attention of a neurosurgeon.
We are very pleased to be working with the Elekta Neuromag MEG system," said Professor Chun-Kee Chung, neurosurgeon at SNUH.
It has suspended neurosurgeon Terence Hope, who trained in Liverpool,on full pay.
This has been done to the benefit of the patient and with complete cooperation on the part of the neurosurgeon.
Clearly not relishing the idea of having the top half of her cranium lifted off and probed by a Sudbury neurosurgeon, it was suggested she obtain a second opinion from Toronto.
The concept of stereotactic radio-surgery was developed in 1951 by Swedish neurosurgeon Lars Leksell.
It is a very attractive alternative to conventional surgery," says Ernest Bates, a neurosurgeon and CEO of San Francisco-based American Shared Hospital Services, which sells the Gamma Knife in a joint venture with the only firm that manufactures the device, Sweden's Elekta AB.
Collins confirmed: "I spoke to Robert and he told me that the Board's neurosurgeon has seen the results of my MRI tests and is satisfied I am in fit to return to boxing.