Parry P. W. Ng

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Thrombotic occlusion of the anterior communicating and right anterior cerebral arteries occurred during embolization of an acutely ruptured aneurysm of the anterior communicating artery. Traditional management, including superselective infusion of a fibrinolytic agent, was unsuccessful in reestablishing normal vessel patency. Therefore, an intravenous dose(More)
Assessment of otherwise occult seizure foci arising from the anterior mesial temporal region occasionally necessitates placement of sphenoidal electrodes (SEs). This minimally invasive procedure is often performed without imaging guidance; however, more precise lead positioning with a reduced risk of complications has been described with fluoroscopic(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE In this small series, local intrasinus catheter-directed heparin infusion with or without balloon thrombectomy was safe in the treatment of dural venous sinus thrombosis (DVST). Although systemic anticoagulation (SAC) is the treatment of choice, there is a lack of consensus regarding the best treatment should SAC fail or be(More)
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