Jingsheng Li

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BACKGROUND To the best of the authors' knowledge, there are few case reports of penetrating brain injuries (PBI) caused by nail guns and these have usually involved incomplete penetration of the skull. Complete penetration of a nail into the intracranial cavity is extremely rare. CASE STUDY Here, two such cases are presented. In the first, the nail(More)
BACKGROUND Cerebral arteriovenous malformation (AVM) is a common vascular disease in neurosurgery, and the indication for alternative treatments remains controversial. In a review of a series of 2086 patients with AVMs, the clinical characteristics and surgical results were assessed. METHODS Collected data of 2086 consecutive patients with AVMs from(More)
BACKGROUND Penetrating orbital injuries constitute a significant threat to ocular and cerebral structures. The incidence of central nervous system damage from orbital injury is related to the orbital anatomy and the characteristics of the penetrating object. Penetrating orbital injuries involving the brain stem are extremely rare. OBJECTIVES To present an(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the role of hypertension in the pathogenesis of cerebral aneurysms in rats. METHODS Twenty spontaneous hypertensive rats (SHR) and 10 Wistar-Kyoto rats (WKY) were included in this observational study. Animals were fed with normal diet and drinking water. No experimental modifications were undertaken in either group. They were(More)
Background: Decompressive craniectomy (DC) has been the classical management for malignant middle cerebral artery infarctions (mMCAI) in clinical practice. However, the association between DC and mMCAI remains unclear. This review went to evaluate the efficacy of DC in treating mMCAI patients. Methods: Studies were entirely searched since the foundation(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the influence of body temperature on the outcome of head injuries. METHODS The data of body temperature and outcomes of patients with head injuries admitted to Tiantan Hospital between July 1997 and July 1999 was analyzed retrospectively. The admission temperature was divided into 4 groups: hypo-temperature (with body temperature(More)
The social search use social ability to participate in the screening and sorting of search results in order to make the result to tend to reflect the hopes of the people better. Based on the prototype of social search, the concept of user tag feedback scores is employed. Based on this concept, a tag-based feedback web ranking algorithm is designed. The(More)
This paper deals with the removal of iron from silica sand in aqueous oxalic acid, in the absence and presence of ultrasound. The parameters investigated were the reaction temperature, stirring speed, ultrasound power, acid concentration and reaction time. The optimum conditions for the maximum removal of 75.4% of iron with ultrasound were determined as(More)
Background: With the development of emergency and intensive medical technologies, the survival rate of traumatic brain injury has greatly increased. More and more patients have been converted from severe coma to alleviated state of consciousness, which can be subsequently classified within the framework of disorders of consciousness (DOC). We investigated(More)
BACKGROUND The posterolateral (PL) graft experiences a high failure rate in anterior cruciate ligament double-bundle (DB) reconstruction. It is hypothesized that tunnel positions could dramatically affect the graft forces. METHODS A validated computational model was used to simulate DB reconstruction with various femoral PL tunnel locations (8-11 mm(More)