Firas A. Shubbak

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An infant with craniosynostosis for craniectomy and cranial-vault remodelling was detected to have very low hemoglobin (6.8 gm%) after induction of anesthesia. This posed a dilemma whether to proceed with or abandon the surgical procedure. The case was postponed and was rescheduled for surgery one week later with hope that his hemoglobin would rise during(More)
This technical report disrobes the first case in Intra-operative Magnatic Resonance Imaging operating theatre (iMRI OT) (BrainSuite), of Awake Craniotomy. The procedure was for frontal lobe glioma excision in 24 y. old man. He was scheduled to undergo eloquent cortex language mapping intra-operatively. He was motivated and was excited to see the operating(More)
This case report describes the first case in intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging operating theater (iMRI OT) (BrainSuite®) of awake craniotomy for frontal lobe glioma excision in a 24-year-old man undergoing eloquent cortex language mapping intraoperatively. As he was very motivated to take pictures of him while being operated upon, the authors(More)
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