P S Bechtle

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PURPOSE High-dose i.v. opioids (e.g., alfentanil, 50 microg/kg bolus) are known to increase the intraoperative reading of epileptiform activity during epilepsy surgery (ES), thereby facilitating localization of the epileptogenic zone (i.e., the site of ictal onset and initial seizure propagation). However, this phenomenon has not been studied with(More)
OBJECTIVE Remote cerebellar hemorrhage (RCH) is an infrequent and poorly understood complication of supratentorial neurosurgical procedures. We retrospectively compared 42 patients who experienced RCH with a case-matched control cohort, to delineate risk factors associated with the occurrence of this complication. METHODS Between 1988 and 2000, 42(More)
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