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Thirteen patients treated surgically for multiple intracranial aneurysms are described. They accounted for 12% of all patients with intracranial aneurysms diagnosed by arteriography. The incidence of multiple intracranial aneurysms, their location, surgical tactics and results of surgical intervention are discussed in the light of an analysis of own results(More)
Therapeutic results are reported in 115 patients operated upon for intracranial aneurysms using the microsurgical technique from Yasargil's approach. Elimination of the aneurysm from the circulation by clipping its pedicle was done in 94 cases (82%), trapping of the afferent artery (12%), in 7 cases (6%) only the wall of the aneurysmatic sac was(More)
The authors discuss the results of surgical treatment of intracranial epidural haematomas in the light of own material of 84 cases. In relation to reports in the literature the authors call attention to diagnostic difficulties in atypical cases and discuss the importance of signs of prognostic value for the life of the patient and factors increasing(More)
The results of surgical treatment in 19 cases of aneurysms of the anterior communicating artery from the approach described by Yasargil are described. In 16 patients the pedicle of the aneurysm was closed with a clip, in 2 cases the anterior communicating artery was excluded from the circulation by trapping, and in only 1 patient the aneurysm was enclosed(More)
In 6 patients treated for hydrocephalus caused by posterior fossa tumours simultaneous continuous measurement of intraventricular cerebrospinal fluid pressure and all-night polygraphic sleep recording were carried out before and after implantation of ventriculoatrial valve. It was observed that in patients with hydrocephalus and raised CSF pressure(More)