P Miklić

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From 1986 to the end of 1991, 19 patients with persisting post-traumatic unawareness were admitted for rehabilitation. Criteria for admission were head trauma, Glasgow coma scale score < or = 8 points, and at least a one month duration of unawareness. Out of 19 patients, 12 patients (63%) regained consciousness, 11 patients (58%) within the first year and(More)
OBJECTIVE The purpose of the study is to compare the results of minimally invasive keyhole craniotomy and standard larger craniotomies in the surgical treatment of patients with intracranial aneurysms. METHODS In the past eight years 628 patients were operated by two experienced neurosurgical teams. The first group of 482 patients with 565 aneurysms were(More)
The authors are reporting on a case of a 55-year-old man with an epidural meningioma in the region from the C VII. to the Th I. segment. The tumor encircled this region, and to the front and right involved the channels through which pass the C VI, C VII. and C VIII. roots. Subdurally, no tumoral mass was found. Another part of this tumor, of the same(More)
It has been proved by densitometry that the thickness of the separating wall between the basal coil and the fundus of the internal auditory meastus as well as the thickness of the labyrinthic wall increase with age. The mineral contents is simultaneously reduced. The diameter of the cochlear canal is also reduced with age. These facts have been demonstrated(More)
The quantity of minerals in the labyrinthic capsule of the basal coil and of the separating wall facing the internal auditory meatus in different life periods was determined by the densitometric method. The quantity of minerals is reduced in the labyrinthic capsule and in the separating wall in spite of the bone apposition and increasing thickness of the(More)
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