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The clinical and x-ray features of 28 cases of colloid cyst of the third ventricle are described. Colloid cyst is one of the most favourable space-occupying lesions of the brain for successful surgical removal, because an exact pre-operative diagnosis is possible. The surgical approach for colloid cyst of the third ventricle is discussed and the frequency(More)
A single venous shunt obstructing the aqueductus of Sylvius was treated by interventriculostomy. A passage for CSF was obtained between the third and fourth ventricles. The catheter which was left in the aqueduct collapsed the malformation, possibly preventing a future haemorrhage. A Simple rubber catheter in the aqueduct of Sylvius has been well tolerated(More)
We describe a giant left orbital vascular malformation that was treated with both percutaneous and transarterial embolization. Feeder artery aneurysms thrombosed as a result of retrograde reflux of embolic material into the distal ophthalmic artery. In this presentation, we emphasize the efficacy of percutaneous embolization and retrograde thromboses of two(More)
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