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Stereotactic ventral pallidotomy for Parkinson's disease
Article abstract-Eighteen patients with medically intractable Parkinson's disease that was characterized by bradykinesia, rigidity, and marked "on-off" fluctuations underwent stereotactic ventralExpand
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Complications of Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery
Although technological advances have reduced device-related complications, DBS surgery still carries a significant risk of transient and permanent complications. We report our experience in 86Expand
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Neuropsychological functioning following bilateral subthalamic nucleus stimulation in Parkinson's disease.
The cognitive effects of subthalamic nucleus (STN) stimulation in Parkinson's disease (PD) have been examined. However, there are no reported studies that evaluate, by incorporating a disease controlExpand
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Surgical maneuvers placing the sciatic nerve at risk during total hip arthroplasty as assessed by somatosensory evoked potential monitoring.
The sciatic nerve in 52 hip arthroplasties was evaluated using intraoperative somatosensory evoked potentials (SSEPs). Twenty-nine of these cases involved the lateral transtrochanteric approach, andExpand
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Central dysesthesia syndrome in spinal cord injury patients
&NA; We have described 13 spinal cord injury patients with a complaint of diffuse, ongoing dysesthesias below the level of the lesion, which are burning in quality, and usually functionally limiting.Expand
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Neurophysiological Refinement of Subthalamic Nucleus Targeting
OBJECTIVEAdvances in image-guided stereotactic surgery, microelectrode recording techniques, and stimulation technology have been the driving forces behind a resurgence in the use of functionalExpand
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Cognitive functioning after pallidotomy for refractory Parkinson’s disease
BACKGROUND Earlier approaches to pallidotomy for refractory Parkinson’s disease had significant complication rates. More recent approaches show fewer complications, but the effect of pallidotomy onExpand
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Neurophysiological properties of pallidal neurons in Parkinson's disease
Neuronal properties of the human globus pallidus (GP) are not known. Since GP is the major output of the basal ganglia, it may be involved in the pathophysiology of Parkinson's disease. We studied 12Expand
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Electrical and Magnetic Stimulation of the Brain and Spinal Cord
This volume provides over 25 chapters of expert guidance on the practical uses of electrical and magnetic stimulation of the brain and spinal cord. The book presents a complete examination of theExpand
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Success Rate of Motor Evoked Potentials for Intraoperative Neurophysiologic Monitoring: Effects of Age, Lesion Location, and Preoperative Neurologic Deficits
Summary: Transcranial electrical stimulation with myogenic motor evoked potential (MEP) recording was used for intraoperative neurophysiologic monitoring in 341 consecutive “high-risk” neurosurgicalExpand
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