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We describe in 30 feet the occurrence of a tarsal tunnel syndrome caused by a ganglion. The presenting symptom was numbness or pain in the toes and the sole with paraesthesiae in the distribution of the medial plantar nerve in 63% of the patients. Swellings which were not palpable were detected by ultrasonography. Twenty-nine patients were treated by(More)
A multi-institutional study was conducted to evaluate the results of gamma knife radiosurgery (GKRS) for the treatment of trigeminal neuralgia. Eleven hundred and thirty-five patients at 39 centers were analyzed. Three hundred and sixty-nine patients had undergone percutaneous nerve block and 173 patients had undergone microvascular decompression (MVD)(More)
We report our experience with the use of three saphenous vein grafts for treating advanced occlusive cerebrovascular disease in the anterior cerebral artery (ACA) in two patients. Superficial temporal artery (STA)-ACA anastomosis with interposed vein graft is thought to be indicated for patients who have STA of insufficient length to anastomose to the ACA.(More)
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