Michael R. DeLong

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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is currently the optimal neuroradiologic technique for visualizing the anterior and posterior commissure for defining the AC-PC line. CT is the optimal technique for electrode and probe guidance during stereotactic thalamotomy. Various possibilities of transferring or overlying MRI and CT are outlined which in some future(More)
SUMMARY The authors describe a 23-year-old woman with Gorham's syndrome who underwent an uneventful bilateral reduction mammoplasty which has not been reported in the medical literature today. The patient had undergone multiple surgical and medical interventions before presentation in the senior author's clinic including a vascularized free fibular graft(More)
Neural unit recording was performed during CT-guided stereotactic thalamotomy in 2 patients referred for severe cerebellar ataxia and dysmetric movements. Periodic CT scanning was performed during the recording in order to verify probe location and trajectory. Our experience with electrophysiological recordings at the CT gantry site demonstrates the(More)
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