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Arteriovenous malformations of the posterior fossa.
TLDR
A case of an int radural arteriovenous malformat ion of the posterior fossa which was filled exclusively by a branch of the left (contralateral) external carotid ar tery and drained over the surface of the right cerebellum into the vein of Galen.
The role of the nervus intermedius in facial neuralgia. Report of four cases with observations on the pathways for taste, lacrimation, and pain in the face.
  • E. Sachs
  • Medicine
    Journal of neurosurgery
  • 1968
TLDR
These have been the only cases the authors have subjected to this operation and appear to represent a syndrome of neuralgia of the nervus intermedius that was relieved by sectioning this much neglected nerve.
Complication in posterior fossa due to occipital trauma; their operability.
TLDR
These cases show that similar attention should be given to the structures in the posterior fossa to permit the escape of trapped cerebrospinal fluid and to reduce the intracranial pressure.
ON THE RELATION OF THE OPTIC THALAMUS TO RESPIRATION, CIRCULATION, TEMPERATURE, AND THE SPLEEN
  • E. Sachs
  • Biology
    The Journal of experimental medicine
  • 1 October 1911
TLDR
It is shown that the respiratory and circulatory changes occurred when one of the sensory paths, or a path running directly to the medullary nuclei governing these functions was stimulated, and there is no necessity for invoking the existence of special centers.
Postradiation motor neuron syndrome.
TLDR
An unusual case of selective lower motor neuron syndrome complicating whole neuraxis radiation therapy is reported, and possible pathogenetic mechanisms and their relationship to motor neuron disease are discussed.
Tumors of the foramen magnum of spinal origin.
Penetration of the sagittal sinus by a depressed skull fracture. Roentgenographic diagnosis in an asymptomatic boy.
TLDR
D diagnosis was made by routine x-ray films and laminagrams of the skull, which emphasizes their value in cases of suspected localized cranial trauma.
The problem of the glioblastomas.
  • E. Sachs
  • Medicine
    Journal of neurosurgery
  • 1 May 1950
TLDR
In studying the problem of the glioblastomas, it is necessary to consider what conditions the authors faced prior to 1918 and then again what influenced this problem after 19~6.
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