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Petroclival meningiomas: study on outcomes, complications and recurrence rates.
In their series of patients with petroclival meningiomas who underwent surgical treatment, the authors used multiple skull base approaches and careful microneurosurgical technique to achieve a good functional outcome in 92% of patients, although the extent of gross-total resection was only 28%.
Pediatric Supratentorial Subdural Empyemas: A Retrospective Analysis of 65 Cases
- A. Banerjee, P. Pandey, B. Devi, S. Sampath, B. A. Chandramouli
- MedicinePediatric Neurosurgery
- 17 February 2009
Pediatric supratentorial SDEs, although rapidly fatal if not identified promptly, can be effectively managed with early surgical drainage, eradication of the source, and sensitive broad-spectrum antibiotics with good outcomes.
Microsurgical management of giant intracranial aneurysms: a single surgeon experience from Louisiana State University, Shreveport.
How bullet trajectory affects outcomes of civilian gunshot injury to the spine
Dorello's Canal for Laymen: A Lego-Like Presentation.
- H. Ezer, A. Banerjee, J. Thakur, A. Nanda
- MedicineJournal of neurological surgery. Part B, Skull…
Dorello's canal with its three dimensional structure and relationship to its neighboring anatomical structures could be reconstructed using a few anatomical building blocks, and could be used for teaching purposes for aspiring neurosurgeons, and anatomy students.
The Artery of Bernasconi and Cassinari: A Morphometric Study for Superselective Catheterization
The artery of Bernasconi and Cassinari is an important vascular conduit to myriad neoplasms and vascular malformations in the vicinity of the tentorium cerebelli and morphometric knowledge of this artery is important for precise and safe management of these lesions.
Microsurgical management of basilar artery apex aneurysms: a single surgeon's experience from Louisiana State University, Shreveport.
Focal Intradural Brain Infections in Children: An Analysis of Management and Outcome
The choice of surgery was found to have a strong bearing on the recurrence rates and outcome in most groups, with aggressive surgery with craniotomy leading to excellent outcomes with a low incidence of residual/recurrent lesions.
Pediatric intracranial subdural empyema caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis—a case report and review of literature
A 12-year-old boy with history of exposure to an active case of pulmonary tuberculosis (his father) presented to his institution with features of raised intracranial pressure and fever for 1 month and altered sensorium for 2 days, with both convexity and interhemispheric fissure involvement.
Asymptomatic Delayed Coil Migration from an Intracranial Aneurysm: A Case Report
Asymptomatic delayed migration of a coil loop in a patient following successful coil embolization of an anterior communicating artery saccular aneurysm is described, finding the stent-like configuration of the migrated spiral coil loop probably prevented complete occlusion of the blood vessel.