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Endovascular embolization vs surgical clipping in treatment of cerebral aneurysms: morbidity and mortality with short-term outcome.
BACKGROUND Endovascular embolization of cerebral aneurysms has evolved rapidly worldwide within the last years, and has gained more popularity at the expense of surgical clipping; however, bothExpand
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Gender differences in 3D morphology and bony impingement of human hips
For the proper diagnosis or treatment of hip joint disorders caused by anatomical abnormalities, the normal hip joint morphology must be studied to understand its influence on the maximum range ofExpand
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Changes in cerebral blood flow induced by balloon test occlusion of the internal carotid artery under hypotension
Balloon test occlusion (BTO) of the internal carotid artery (ICA) combined with cerebral blood flow (CBF) study has proved to be a sensitive test for prediction of the outcome of permanent vesselExpand
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Combination of intraischemic and postischemic hypothermia provides potent and persistent neuroprotection against temporary focal ischemia in rats.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE It is not known whether a combination of intraischemic and postischemic mild hypothermia provides extra neuroprotection and if so, whether the neuroprotection is persistent. Expand
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Transvenous embolization of dural caroticocavernous fistulae: technical considerations
Sixteen patients with symptomatic dural caroticocavernous fistulae were treated by transvenous embolization, via the jugular vein and inferior petrosal sinus. The fistula was occuladed byExpand
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Factors predicting change in pelvic posterior tilt after THA.
In total hip arthroplasty, steep cup inclination should be avoided because it increases the risk of edge loading. Pelvic posterior tilt should be carefully monitored because it increases cupExpand
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Near-infrared spectroscopy in carotid artery stenting predicts cerebral hyperperfusion syndrome
Objective: Cerebral hyperperfusion syndrome (CHS) following carotid artery stenting (CAS) or carotid endarterectomy (CEA) is rare but often fatal once intracranial hemorrhage has occurred. InExpand
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“Cavernous Sinus EEG”: A New Method for the Preoperative Evaluation of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy
Summary: Purpose: In presurgical evaluation of temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE), invasive methods are necessary if results of various noninvasive methods are not sufficiently convergent enough toExpand
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Embolization of cerebral aneurysms with a liquid embolus, EVAL mixture: Report of three cases
SummaryEmbolization of three surgically difficult cerebral aneurysms was performed using our newly developed non-adhesive embolic material, EVAL mixture (ethylene vinyl alcohol copolymer).Expand
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Changes in major phospholipids of mitochondria during postischemic reperfusion in rat brain.
Major mitochondrial phospholipids were examined in rat brain after 30 minutes of reperfusion following 30- or 60-minute periods of ischemia to examine their changes and explore their relationship toExpand
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