About Joseph P. Krzeminski, MD
Joseph P. Krzeminski, MD is a partner at York Neurosurgical Associates, P.C.A, in York, PA. Prior to joining York Neurosurgical Associates, he graduated from Temple University with a residency at Temple University Hospital, Philadelphia. Dr. Krzeminski also was a fellow at the National Institute for Neurologic Disease in London, England. He became Board Certified in 1993.
- Krzeminski, J.P.: Mathematical Model of Tibial Fracture–Interface, June, 1977
- Kleiner, L.I., Krzeminski, J.P., Rosenwasser, R.H.: Temporary Motor and Sensory Paralysis with Intrathecal Morphine. Neurosurgery, May 1989
- Rosenwasser, R.H., Kleiner, L.I., Krzeminski, J.P.: Posterior Fossa Pressure Monitoring. Journal of Neurosurgery, October 1989.
- Reiter, G.T., Krzeminski, J.P.: Gouty Involvement of Cervical Spine. Neurosurgery, submitted for publication.
ABSTRACTS & NATIONAL PRESENTATIONS
- Krzeminski, J.P., Kenning, J. A.: Delayed Neurologic Deficit After Chronic Subdural Hematoma Drainage. Poster Presentation–American Association of Neurologic Surgeons, Dallas, Texas–May, 1987.
- Wright, C., Kenning, J.A., Krzeminski, J. P., Chovanese, G.I.: Risk of Therapeutic Anticoagulation with Intravenous Heparin Following Experimental Craniotomy in the Rabbit. Poster Presentation–American Association of Neurologic Surgeons, Toronto, Canada–May 1988.
- Krzeminski, J.P., Dubin, S.: Effects of Spun Hematocrit with EDTA Salts vs. Heparin. Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA–1979-80.
- Krzeminski, J.P., Johnson, M.H., Rosenwasser, R.H., Roth, M., Lieberman, K.: Canine Extracranial Artery Aneurysm Model with Endovascular Occlusion Technique–1988-89.
- Krzeminski, J.P.: Gliadel Wagers–Treatment for Glioblastoma Multiforme–1995-present.
Articles Written by Joseph P. Krzeminski, MD
SpineUniverse, a Vertical Health, LLC website, is committed to ensuring that the medical information it presents is accurate, balanced, objective, and trustworthy.
To help achieve this goal, SpineUniverse requires all authors, editors, and reviewers to disclose any financial relationships or affiliations they have with companies whose products or services may be mentioned in the content they author, edit, or review.
The intent of this policy is to identify any perceived, potential, or real conflicts of interest so that readers can make their own judgments about the value of information being presented.