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OBJECTIVE We describe a novel technique for the partial bisection of the corpus callosum in order to increase the minimally invasiveness of this procedure. METHODS Brow incisions with midline trephinations were performed in six adult cadavers. An endoscope was next introduced and used to transect approximately the anterior two-thirds of the corpus(More)
A neonate male born cesarian due to a breech presentation was noted to have no spontaneous movements of the limbs after delivery. Radiographs were not demonstrative of pathology. However, MRI revealed a large intraspinal mass with significant distortion of the cervicothoracic spinal cord. At operation, a brown, fibro-gelatinous, moderately adherent mass was(More)
OBJECTIVE AND IMPORTANCE The expected time interval for resolution of hydromyelia after Chiari I decompression is lacking in the literature. This case report highlights one instance of delayed resolution of Chiari-induced hydromyelia. CLINICAL PRESENTATION We report an adolescent girl with a Chiari I malformation and hydromyelia. INTERVENTION A(More)
We report a 14-month-old male with Duane's syndrome and bilateral parietal calvarial defects. This child had no other known medical conditions. The Duane's syndrome involved the left eye. Imaging was demonstrative of bilateral enlarged parietal foramina. We believe this to be the first reported case of simultaneous Duane's syndrome and bilateral giant(More)
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