Céline Ollinet

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Functional surgery for movement disorders is a recent stereotactic neurosurgical operation, restricted yet to patients with advanced Parkinson's disease or with generalized primary dystonia. One or two electrodes are implanted in the basal ganglia, namely in the globus pallidus pars interna or in the subthalamic nucleus, to realize a deep brain stimulation(More)
BACKGROUND After elective craniotomy for brain surgery, patients are usually admitted to an intensive care unit (ICU). We sought to identify predictors of postoperative complications to define perioperative conditions that would safely allow ICU bypass. METHODS This observational cohort study enrolled 358 patients admitted to neuro-ICU after elective(More)
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