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Minimally invasive resection of intradural-extramedullary spinal neoplasms.
Four-year results of a prospective single-arm study on 200 semi-constrained total cervical disc prostheses: clinical and radiographic outcome.
The activ C is a safe and effective device for cervical disc replacement confirming the encouraging results after cTDR and providing 4-year clinical and radiographic outcome results on the activ C disc prosthesis.
Bone metastasis from glioblastoma multiforme without central nervous system relapse: a case report.
The case of a man affected by a glioblastoma who had a lumbar spine metastases without any brain relapse after excision of cerebral gliOBlastoma multiforme and brain radiotherapy is reported.
Asymptomatic Esophageal Perforation Caused by Late Screw Migration After Anterior Cervical Plating: Report of a Case and Review of Relevant Literature
This case demonstrates that a serious complication may not need any treatment, and each case of screw displacement in anterior cervical spine surgery should be evaluated separately in conjunction with the clinical symptoms of the patient, as spontaneous resolution is possible.
Supraorbital keyhole approach for removal of midline anterior cranial fossa meningiomas: a series of 20 consecutive cases
A retrospective study of a consecutive series of 20 midline anterior cranial fossa meningiomas operated on via a supraorbital keyhole approach, which seems to offer valuable results, comparable with those reported in conventional and endoscopic approaches and with very low surgical aggressiveness.
Expanding cerebral cysts (lacunae): a treatable cause of progressive midbrain syndrome
- P. Longatti, A. Fiorindi, A. Carteri, F. Caroli, A. Martinuzzi
- MedicineJournal of neurology, neurosurgery, and…
- 1 March 2003
A 43 year old woman with an unremarkable clinical history presented in 1996 with progressive resting tremor and weakness of the left arm and within a year the motor problems extended to the left leg.
Potential role of in vitro 1H magnetic resonance spectroscopy in the definition of malignancy grading of human neuroepithelial brain tumours.
- C. Carapella, G. Carpinelli, A. Knijn, L. Raus, F. Caroli, F. Podo
- MedicineActa neurochirurgica. Supplement
Preliminary observations indicated that signals arising from other metabolites may also contribute to a differential diagnosis of different oncotypes, since glycine appears particularly relevant, since higher levels were measured for this amino acid in GBM with respect to both astrocytomas and oligodendrogliomas.
The transdural extension of gliomas
Two cases, a glioblastoma and an oligodendroglioma, both presenting extradural diffusion, where the tumor found its way out from the neurocranium, far from the site of the operation, perforating the dura and the bone of the cranial base are reported.
Giant osteoma of the sphenoid sinus reached by an extradural transbasal approach: case report.
The case of a woman with a giant osteoma of the sphenoid sinus who presented with bitemporal quadrantanopsia and underwent operation via an extradural transbasal approach is reported.
Gemcitabine treatment of experimental C6 glioma: the effects on cell cycle and apoptotic rate.
The present results justify further studies to determine the potential efficacy of dFdCyd in the treatment of malignant gliomas.