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Atlantoaxial fixation using plate and screw method: a report of 160 treated patients.
OBJECTIVE We review our experience with the use of the plate and screw method of fixation in the treatment of 160 patients with atlantoaxial instability during a 14-year period at our center. WeExpand
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Treatment of basilar invagination by atlantoaxial joint distraction and direct lateral mass fixation.
  • A. Goel
  • Medicine
  • Journal of neurosurgery. Spine
  • 1 October 2004
OBJECT The author discusses the successful preliminary experience of treating selected cases of basilar invagination by performing atlantoaxial joint distraction, reduction of the basilarExpand
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Basilar invagination: a study based on 190 surgically treated patients.
OBJECT The authors analyzed the cases of 190 patients with basilar invagination that was diagnosed on the basis of criteria laid down in 1939 by Chamberlain to assess the appropriate surgicalExpand
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Surgical management of colloid cyst of the third ventricle--a study of 105 cases.
BACKGROUND Colloid cyst of the third ventricle is a relatively rare intracranial tumor. It generates tremendous interest for the neurosurgeon because of its benign nature, deep location, and anExpand
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Trigeminal Neuroma: Analysis of Surgical Experience with 73 Cases
OBJECTIVEWe reviewed the clinical and radiological features of 73 cases of trigeminal neuromas treated with radical surgery. METHODSThe records for 73 patients with trigeminal neuromas who wereExpand
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Tuberculum sellae meningioma: a report on management on the basis of a surgical experience with 70 patients.
OBJECTIVE The surgical strategies and outcomes for 70 patients operated on for tuberculum sellae meningioma were analyzed retrospectively. The analysis was based on factors that probably determinedExpand
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Distinctive microRNA signature of medulloblastomas associated with the WNT signaling pathway.
AIM Medulloblastoma is a malignant brain tumor that occurs predominantly in children. Current risk stratification based on clinical parameters is inadequate for accurate prognostication. MicroRNAExpand
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Basilar invagination, Chiari malformation, syringomyelia: a review.
  • A. Goel
  • Medicine
  • Neurology India
  • 1 May 2009
Institute and personal experience (over 25 years) of basilar invagination was reviewed. The database of the department included 3300 patients with craniovertebral junction pathology from the yearExpand
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New grading system to predict resectability of anterior clinoid meningiomas.
Sixty patients with anterior clinoid meningiomas (mean age 48 years) were surgically treated. There was a slight female predominance. Headache and visual impairment were the commonest clinicalExpand
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