Jasjit Multani

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INTRODUCTION There is no quantitative method for monitoring hydrocephalus. We propose a method whereby computer image analysis combined with computed tomographic (CT) scanning can achieve this in a clinical subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) setting. METHODS Twenty patients with SAH underwent formal clamp trials and evaluation for shunting and were selected(More)
A case of mesencephalic haematoma is reported. Emergency surgical evacuation of haematoma was done. The patient improved and has done well for five years. Subtemporal and infratentorial supracerebellar approaches have been used earlier to remove mesencephalic haematoma. It is possible to remove caudal midbrain haematoma via a IVth ventricular approach(More)
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