His Surgery study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Rachis. By researching both Radiology and Tomography, Nabil A. Ebraheim produces research that crosses academic boundaries. His study brings together the fields of Psychiatry and Laminectomy. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Myelopathy and Psychiatry. He brings together Myelopathy and Spinal cord to produce work in his papers. He applies his multidisciplinary studies on Spinal cord and Laminectomy in his research. His Computed tomography study frequently links to related topics such as Radiology. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Percutaneous and Surgery. While working in this field, he studies both Pelvic fracture and Pelvis.
His work on Anatomy as part of general Cadaveric spasm study is frequently linked to Cadaver, bridging the gap between disciplines. His work on Anatomy is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Cadaveric spasm and Cadaver. His study in the field of Surgery also crosses realms of Nonunion. Surgery and Internal fixation are two areas of study in which Nabil A. Ebraheim engages in interdisciplinary research. In his works, Nabil A. Ebraheim conducts interdisciplinary research on Radiology and Nuclear medicine. He performs multidisciplinary study in Nuclear medicine and Radiology in his work. Many of his studies on Fixation (population genetics) involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Population. His Environmental health research extends to Population, which is thematically connected. His research on Environmental health frequently links to adjacent areas such as Fixation (population genetics).
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Radiographic and CT Evaluation of Tibiofibular Syndesmotic Diastasis: A Cadaver Study
Nabil A. Ebraheim;Jike Lu;Hua Yang;Anis O. Mekhail.
Foot & Ankle International (1997)
Compartment syndrome in open tibial fractures.
S. S. Blick;R. J. Brumback;A. Poka;Andrew R Burgess.
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, American Volume (1986)
Biomechanical Rationale for Using Polyetheretherketone (PEEK) Spacers for Lumbar Interbody fusion-A Finite Element Study
Sasidhar Vadapalli;Koichi Sairyo;Vijay K Goel;Matt Robon.
Pathomechanism of Ligamentum Flavum Hypertrophy: A Multidisciplinary Investigation Based on Clinical, Biomechanical, Histologic, and Biologic Assessments
Koichi Sairyo;Ashok Biyani;Vijay Goel;Douglas Leaman.
Anatomic considerations of pedicle screw placement in the thoracic spine : Roy-Camille technique versus open-lamina technique
Rongming Xu;Nabil A. Ebraheim;Yianjia Ou;Richard A. Yeasting.
Bone-graft harvesting from iliac and fibular donor sites: techniques and complications.
Nabil A. Ebraheim;Hossein Elgafy;Rongming Xu.
Journal of The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (2001)
Anatomic consideration of C2 pedicle screw placement.
Ebraheim N;Rollins;Xu R;Jackson Wt.
Fractures of the talus: experience of two level 1 trauma centers.
Hossein Elgafy;Nabil A. Ebraheim;Marvin Tile;David Stephen.
Foot & Ankle International (2000)
Anatomic relations of the thoracic pedicle to the adjacent neural structures.
Nabil A. Ebraheim;Georges Jabaly;Rongming Xu;Richard A. Yeasting.
An overview of recent advances in designing orthopedic and craniofacial implants.
Venkata P. Mantripragada;Beata Lecka-Czernik;Nabil A. Ebraheim;Ambalangodage C. Jayasuriya.
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A (2012)
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