When an aneurysm arises from a limb of an arterial fenestration at the vertebrobasilar junction or in the proximal third of the basilar artery, its surgical management can be an intriguing problem. We report here a case of such an aneurysm successfully clipped through a right subtemporal transtentorial approach.
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is a prevalent and treatable disorder of neurological and medical importance that is traditionally diagnosed through multi-channel laboratory polysomnography(PSG). However, OSA testing is increasingly performed with portable home devices using limited physiological channels. We tested the hypothesis that single channel… (More)