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A case of intermittent erection in a patient with spinal canal stenosis is reported. The symptoms disappeared after lumbar laminectomy. The mechanism of erection remains speculative.
Does cerebellar retraction during operations in the posterior fossa contribute to increased morbidity and mortality, and if so, what are the critical factors involved? In order to answer these… (More)
A case of delayed appearance of a cervicothoracic extra-medullary intradural enterogenous cyst was disclosed in a boy at the age of four years and 9 months. The patient had had removal of an… (More)
Various factors have been considered in the etiology and pathogenesis of glossopharyngeal neuralgia. Vascular compression of the involved cranial nerves has been demonstrated in sporadic cases. In… (More)
A 47-year-old guitar player presented with inability to use his right hand because of progressive weakness and numbness. Examination suggested compression neuropathy of the median nerve at the elbow.… (More)
This study reports an investigation of the canine arachnoid membrane using the scanning electronmicroscope (SEM) regarding the effects of contrast material on these structures. In the normal… (More)
Effects of a Fogarty catheter on vascular endothelium have been evaluated by scanning electron microscopy. Significant endothelial changes were noted chiefly at the site of balloon inflation.
An evaluation of dorsal longitudinal myelotomy in the management of spasticity of the lower limbs has been done in 17 patients. The follow-up has varied from 1 month to over 2 years. Most patients… (More)
Arachnoid slips from the canine supratentorial basal cisterns were excised and studied by scanning electron microscopy. The inner face of the arachnoid membrane was examined, and two fundamental… (More)