Jinli Jiang

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BACKGROUND Thalamic gliomas are rare tumors that constitute 1%-5% of all central nervous system tumors. Despite advanced techniques and equipment, surgical resection remains challenging because of the vital structures adjacent to the tumor. Intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) might play an active role during brain tumor surgery because it(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the management and outcomes in patients with giant symptomatic cavernous sinus aneurysms who underwent aneurysms trapping with bypass, proximal carotid occlusion and aneurysms trapping. METHODS Twenty-three patients with giant symptomatic cavernous sinus aneurysms underwent surgery between February 2007 and March 2013, 3 cases were(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore the clinical features, surgical approaches and postoperative outcomes of craniopharyngiomas. METHODS A series of 169 consecutive cases of craniopharyngiomas undergoing microsurgical resection via various approaches at our hospital were retrospectively analyzed. There were 102 males and 67 females with a mean age of 34.1 (3-74) years.(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore the techniques and efficacies of surgical resection of giant sellar region tumors via anterior interhemispheric approach. METHODS A series of 110 consecutive cases of giant sellar region tumors undergoing microsurgery through an anterior interhemispheric approach at our hospital were retrospectively analyzed. Their mean age was 35.6(More)
Despite the low incidence of brain abscesses in Western nations (1-2%), the incidence in developing countries is as high as 8%. We evaluate a minimally invasive image-guided keyhole aspiration of cerebral abscesses and compare it with a series of cases treated with surgical excision. 23 patients (20 male and 3 female, aged 7-67 years) underwent image-guided(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the techniques and effect of surgical resection of large intra- and extra-ventricular craniopharyngiomas via anterior interhemispheric trans-lamina terminalis approach. METHODS Fifty-two patients who were surgically treated for large intra- and extra-ventricular craniopharyngiomas were retrospectively analyzed. All patients(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the clinical features, surgical transcranial approaches and outcomes of giant pituitary adenomas. METHODS A series of 112 consecutive cases of giant pituitary adenomas underwent microsurgery through transcranial approaches at People' s Liberation Army General Hospital were retrospectively analyzed. Of the 112 patients, 58 were(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore the mechanism and strategies of prevention and treatment of vision deterioration after transsphenoidal surgery for removal of pituitary adenoma. METHODS From January 1980 to February 2001, 1 412 patients were operated on by transsphenoidal surgery to remove pituitary adenoma. Fourteen patients experienced vision deterioration after(More)
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