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Ventricular anatomy: illustrations and concepts from antiquity to Renaissance
In this article we have tried to narrate ventricular anatomy from its start in antiquity to the transitionalists of the Renaissance. The crude drawings of the Alexandrian series can hardly be calledExpand
Membranous occulusion of the aqueduct of Sylvius.
Two cases of membranous occlusion of the aqueduct of Sylvius are presented. The role of Conray ventriculography in the precise diagnosis of this condition is stressed. Both cases have been operatedExpand
Spontaneous migration of an intracranial bullet to the cervical spinal canal causing Lhermitte's sign. Case report.
A case is presented of a woman who was shot in the left occipital area with a .32 caliber automatic pistol. She was neurologically intact on admission, and skull x-ray films revealed the bullet inExpand
Microsurgical anterior cervical foraminotomy (uncinatectomy) for cervical disc herniation. Report of three cases.
The authors present the long-term follow-up results in three cases in which pure lateral disc herniations were surgically treated via an anterior foraminotomy (uncinatectomy) that avoided enteringExpand
Non-traumatic elevation techniques of the hypoglossal nerve during carotid endarterectomy: a cadaveric study.
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Dissection and ligation of the sternocleidomastoid artery, vein, ansa cervicalis and posterior belly of digastric muscle are very simple but effective techniques to obtain adequate exposure either for safe arterial reconstruction or to diminish the necessity for more complicated technical procedures. Expand
Baseline and Post-Acetazolamide SPECT Evaluation of Carotid Endarterectomy Cases
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This study showed that Tc 99m HMPAO SPECT study with ACZ-stimulated vasodilation, done following an initial baseline study, is an adequate selection criterion for carotid endarterectomy. Expand
Intraosseous Meningioma: Case Report
TLDR
Osteoblastic or mixed osteoblastic-osteolytic lesions compose most intraosseous meningiomas with pure lytic lesions the least common. Expand
Patients Aneurysms In Intracranial Carotid Endarterectomy With Incidental Rastlantisal IntrakranIali AnevrIzmali Hastalarda Karotid EndarderektomI CÜNEYT TEMIz , KAGAN TUN ,
The surgical management of patients with symptomatic carotid stenosis in combination with one or more inciden ta i intracranial aneurysms is problematic. We discuss this issue with reference to twoExpand