Junaid Abdullah

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The authors describe the endoscopic management of cystic craniopharyngiomas in 3 cases. This method has been attempted in cystic craniopharyngiomas using a rigid endoscope. The instrument has been described earlier (7-9). All these operations were done under general anaesthesia. Criteria for endoscopic extirpation and removal included type D, E, F(More)
Different cystic lesions can be located in or around the ventricular system, eventually causing hydrocephalus. Twenty-one patients are described where endoscopic intervention, mainly large fenestration towards the ventricular cavity, has been performed. This treatment can sometimes replace open surgery or extracranial shunting. Most rewarding are the(More)
We discuss our experiences concerning our cerebral endoscope with reflections on various techniques used since 1986. During this time we have had experience with four prototypes. This minimal invasive procedure has been successful to a certain extent both in paediatric and adult patients, stereotactically and by freehand method or both. Further modification(More)
Passive multistatic radars (PMRs) are becoming mature in recent times and different kinds of practical systems are being studied and developed. Whereas various issues related to passive radars are still under active research, an important aspect is that the performance of a PMR is greatly dependent on the geometry and physical locations of the transceivers.(More)
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