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Alzheimer's disease: The role for neurosurgery
Dementia, most commonly caused by Alzheimer's disease (AD), affects approximately 35 million people worldwide, with the incidence expected to increase as the population ages. After decades ofExpand
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The frontotemporal-orbitozygomatic approach: reconstructive technique and outcome
BackgroundThe frontotemporal-orbitozygomatic (FTOZ) approach, also known as “the workhorse of skull base surgery,” has captured the interest of many researchers throughout the years. Most of theExpand
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The potential value of probabilistic tractography-based for MR-guided focused ultrasound thalamotomy for essential tremor
Magnetic Resonance-guided Focused UltraSound (MRgFUS) offers an incisionless approach to treat essential tremor (ET). Due to lack of evident internal anatomy on traditional structural imaging,Expand
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Note on some Points in the Natural History of Acute Rheumatism
  • A. Downes
  • Medicine
  • British medical journal
  • 25 June 1887
disease which directly caused the symptoms, but the chemical products the result of their action upon the tissues. This, he tbought, opened out the interesting question, might not lactic acid, whichExpand
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Novel blaKPC-carrying species identified in the hospital environment
blaKPC, encoding one of five dominant global carbapenemase families, is increasingly identified in environmental species difficult to characterize using routine diagnostic methods, withExpand
Dural sinus thrombosis due to hormonal contraception
Headache is a common complaint encountered in outpatient clinics and emergency rooms. It can be due to a wide variety of causes, ranging from a simple tension headache to more serious intracranialExpand
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Functioning Pituitary Adenoma with Xanthogranulomatous Features: Review of Literature and Case Report.
Objectives  We present a patient with a prolactin-secreting adenoma with extensive secondary, noninfectious, xanthogranulomatous changes due to remote intratumoral bleeding and provide a literatureExpand
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