Rajendra Chavan

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SUMMARY Evolution and natural history of cerebral aneurysms is a dynamic process. Spontaneous regression in size or complete disappearance of an aneurysm is a known phenomenon, more commonly noted in giant intracranial aneurysms. However, reappearance or regrowth of such aneurysms is rare with few anecdotal reports. We report a series of four cases(More)
A 55-year-old woman presented with left-sided hemipare-sis and right-sided head deviation since 20 days. Mild headache was present since 6 months. On her neurological examination, she was conscious, oriented, had left-sided central facial palsy and a mild left-sided hemiparesis with grade 4 muscle strength in the left upper and lower limbs. Computed(More)
BACKGROUND Endovascular treatment of wide necked and large/giant intracranial aneurysms is challenging. The goal of this study was to evaluate the Liberty stent system in the rabbit elastase aneurysm model for 30, 90, and 180 days. METHODS The Altes elastase model was used to create aneurysms in the right common carotid artery in New Zealand White(More)
Orbital cysticercosis with both ocular and extraocular involvement is common in endemic areas. The presence of scolex is considered diagnostic of cysticercosis. We sought to compare multi-slice CT and 3D steady state MR in the identification of scolex in orbital cysticercosis. Three patients with orbital cysticercosis (two extra-ocular, one ocular) were(More)
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