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OBJECT The goal of this study was to develop a classification system for aneurysms associated with arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) based on their anatomical and pathophysiological relationships… (More)
OBJECT The authors describe their preliminary clinical experience with the use of endovascular stents in the treatment of traumatic vascular lesions of the skull base region. Because adequate distal… (More)
A schwannoma arising from the dorsum of the pontomedullary junction and presenting as an exophytic mass in the fourth ventricle is described. A ventricular schwannoma has not previously been reported… (More)
Dissection of the extracranial carotid and vertebral arteries is increasingly recognized as a cause of transient ischemic attacks and stroke. The annual incidence of spontaneous carotid artery… (More)
OBJECTIVE AND IMPORTANCE Vertebrobasilar dissecting aneurysms are an uncommon but increasingly recognized cause of subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH). We describe a patient with SAH caused by a dissecting… (More)
A series of 49 consecutively treated patients with 52 aneurysms of the upper basilar artery (BA) is presented. Thirty-nine aneurysms arose at the BA bifurcation, 11 at the origin of the superior… (More)
This report outlines the diagnosis and endovascular management of a rare intracanalicular ophthalmic aneurysm in a patient presenting with progressive visual loss.
Conventional radiation therapy has been used in the treatment of arteriovenous malformations (AVM's) for many years, but there are limited data pertaining to specific treatment parameters, long-term… (More)
Aberrant autocrine control by peptide growth factors is a possible mechanism by which disordered regulation of cell proliferation may occur. The authors used the C6 glioma cell line as a model to… (More)
Hemangiomas of bone are extremely common vascular tumors that are most commonly discovered as incidental findings in the vertebral column. Infrequently, these benign lesions may cause local or… (More)