Aaron Afshin Cohen-Gadol

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OBJECTIVE Although the mainstays for treatment of metastatic brain disease have been surgery and/or external beam radiation therapy, an increasing number of patients are being referred for stereotactic radiosurgery as the primary intervention for their intracranial pathological abnormalities. The lack of efficacy and cognitive and behavioral consequences of(More)
OBJECTIVE In the past decades, we have witnessed waves of interest in three-dimensional (3D) stereoscopic imaging. Previously, the complexity associated with 3D technology led to its absence in the operating room. But recently, the public's resurrection of interest in this imaging modality has revived its exploration in surgery. Technological advances have(More)
Recent advances in 3-dimensional (3-D) stereoscopic imaging have enabled 3-D display technologies in the operating room. We find 2 beneficial applications for the inclusion of 3-D imaging in clinical practice. The first is the real-time 3-D display in the surgical theater, which is useful for the neurosurgeon and observers. In surgery, a 3-D display can(More)
OBJECTIVE The authors use an instructive case to review the challenges of diagnosis in subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) and to reinforce the nuances of clinical management. IMPORTANCE The presented case highlights critical issues in patient selection and challenges in the diagnosis of SAH and the management of both aneurysmal and arteriovenous(More)
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