Hai-peng Qian

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OBJECTIVE To study the indication and character of the lateral-cervical approach for treating dumble-shape neurogenic tumors in cervical spine. METHODS Retrospectively review the clinical data of 14 dumble-shape neurogenic tumors in cervical spine, from October 2005 to October 2011. Among them 8 were males and 6 were females, range from 11 to 60 years(More)
Falcine meningiomas (FM) represent a surgical challenge even in the microsurgical era. An individualised surgical approach to different FM is indispensable, but there have been few reports in this regard. Thus, based on our series of 20 patients with FM who underwent surgery between October 2001 and June 2010, we propose a classification scheme for FM(More)
OBJECTIVE To summarize the characteristics of the pathological anatomy and blood supply model of massive tuberculum sellae meningiomas (MTSM) and explore its corresponding microneurosurgical strategies. METHODS The clinical data of 16 MTSM patients were reviewed retrospectively. From January 1998 to January 2010, according to their unique pathological(More)
PURPOSE Triple dumbbell-shaped jugular foremen schwannomas (DSJFSs) have high cervical extension according to Bulsara's classification. One-stage, single-discipline, total removal of triple DSJFSs is not always possible due to their both intracranial and cervical extensions. We evaluated our experience in one-stage resection of triple DSJFSs by using a(More)
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