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A case report and review of the literature
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Reviewing previous cases of PDLG instructs that this entity is rare, resembles meningitis in clinical pictures, usually occurs in a relatively younger population and has more progressive clinical course than the ordinary form of malignant gliomas. Expand
Characteristics of Distal Posteroinferior Cerebellar Artery Aneurysms
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This review summarizes the presentation and outcome of a large series of 24 patients with 27 distal PICA aneurysms, and it is concluded thatdistal Pica aneurYSms are benign entities compared with vertebral artery-PICA anuerysms. Expand
Standard and limitation of intraoperative monitoring of the visual evoked potential
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Intraoperative monitoring of VEP predicts postoperative visual function: reversible change in VEP means visual function to be preserved, and intraoperative VEP monitoring will be mandatory for surgeries harbouring a risk of visual impairment. Expand
Mechanism of ATP-Induced Local and Conducted Vasomotor Responses in Isolated Rat Cerebral Penetrating Arterioles
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ADenosine triphosphate initiates conducted vasomotor responses which may be impaired after pathological insults and is dependent upon both the endothelium and cytochrome P450 metabolites. Expand
Effects of aging and hypertension on endothelium-dependent vascular relaxation in rat carotid artery.
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The fact that endothelium-dependent relaxation of a cephalic artery is impaired in old rats and in hypertensive rats suggests that aging and hypertension are risk factors that may augment the disturbance of the cerebral circulation in pathologic conditions. Expand
Transient cerebellar mutism caused by bilateral damage to the dentate nuclei after the second posterior fossa surgery. Case report.
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The authors report on the case of a 6-year-old boy who underwent resection of a midline cerebellar tumor, who was able to speak fluently after the operation and regained normal speech 2 months after theoperation. Expand
Clinical and neuroimaging characteristics of hydrocephalus associated with vestibular schwannoma.
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The clinical and neuroimaging characteristics of hydrocephalus associated with vestibular schwannoma were retrospectively analyzed to improve the perioperative management of the circulation of cerebrospinal fluid and should not be misinterpreted as physiological brain atrophy. Expand
Transradial approach for diagnostic selective cerebral angiography: results of a consecutive series of 166 cases.
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Compared with transfemoral and transbrachial approaches, the transradial approach is a less invasive and safer technique for selective cerebral angiography and may warrant consideration as a standard procedure. Expand
Description and first clinical application of AirWay Scope for tracheal intubation.
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The first clinical application of the AirWay Scope is reported, which has possibility to facilitate tracheal intubation of 10 consecutive patients requiring general anesthesia before neurosurgical procedures. Expand
Vascular compression of the medulla oblongata by the vertebral artery: report of two cases.
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Although compression of the medulla oblongata by a tortuous vertebral artery is rare, it can cause brainstem dysfunction and awareness of this rare lesion is necessary to ensure appropriate treatment. Expand
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