Jayoung Pak

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PURPOSE Intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging (IMRI) is an extremely useful neurosurgical tool in surgeries in which the extent of resection is known to have a significant impact on outcome. Residual hippocampus is the most common cause of recurrent seizures after temporal lobectomy for medial temporal lobe epilepsy. Although the risk/benefit ratio of a(More)
OBJECT Depth electrodes are useful in the identification of deep epileptogenic foci. Computerized tomography-magnetic resonance (CT/MR)- and angiography-guided frame-based techniques are safe and accurate but require four-point skull fixation that limits cranial access for the placement of additional grids and strips. The authors investigated the viability(More)
An isolated posterior cruciate ligament injury is a difficult clinical and surgical problem. Most authors agree that multidirectional rotatory instability of a knee resulting from either medial or lateral ligamentous laxity in combination with a posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) injury requires surgical stabilization. However, indications for surgical(More)
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