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Surgical treatment of multiple brain metastases.
The authors conducted a retrospective review of the charts of 56 patients who underwent resection for multiple brain metastases. Of these, 30 had one or more lesions left unresected (Group A) and 26Expand
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An implantable guide-screw system for brain tumor studies in small animals.
OBJECT To overcome the problems associated with using stereotactic techniques to establish intracranial xenografts in nude mice and to treat engrafted tumors with intratumoral therapies (such as geneExpand
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Dandy-Walker syndrome. Clinical analysis of 23 cases.
A clinical analysis of 23 patients with Dandy-Walker malformation indicates that more than 85% of them were diagnosed at or before 1 year of age, and that the incidence of associated anomalies isExpand
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Postoperative mutism in neurosurgery. Report of two cases.
Mutism is defined as a state in which a patient is conscious but unwilling or unable to speak. It has been reported to occur in association with a multitude of conditions, including trauma, epilepsy,Expand
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Adenovirus-mediated p53 gene therapy for human gliomas.
OBJECTIVE The rationale and current evidence for using p53 gene replacement as a potential treatment for human gliomas are reviewed. The possible benefits of and obstacles to this approach areExpand
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Origin of chordoid glioma of the third ventricle.
CONTEXT Chordoid glioma is a relatively recently described unique glial neoplasm that has been formally codified by the World Health Organization in Pathology and Genetics of Tumours of the NervousExpand
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Plasminogen activator activity and molecular weight patterns in human brain tumors.
Fresh human brain-tumor samples were assayed for their plasminogen activator (PA) content. Specific molecular weight patterns were identified for each of five common brain tumors and for normalExpand
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Effect of furosemide on experimental traumatic cerebral edema.
The present study was designed to test the effectiveness of furosemide in reducing cerebral edema due to closed head trauma. A Remington Humane Stunner was used to deliver blows to the heads ofExpand
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A National Fundamentals Curriculum for Neurosurgery PGY1 Residents: The 2010 Society of Neurological Surgeons Boot Camp Courses
BACKGROUND: In July 2009, the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) incorporated postgraduate year 1 (PGY1 intern) level training into all U.S. neurosurgery residency programs.Expand
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