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Detection of traumatic cerebral microbleeds by susceptibility-weighted image of MRI.
OBJECTIVE Susceptibility-weighted image (SWI) is a sensitive magnetic resonance image (MRI) technique to detect cerebral microbleeds (MBLs), which would not be detected by conventional MRI. WeExpand
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The effect of barbiturate coma therapy for the patients with severe intracranial hypertension: a 10-year experience.
OBJECTIVE Barbiturate coma therapy (BCT) has been known to be an useful method to control increased intracranial pressure (IICP) refractory to medical and surgical treatments. We have used BCT forExpand
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Multiple Spontaneous Simultaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhages
Simultaneous occurrence of intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) in different arterial territories is an uncommon event. We report on two cases of multiple spontaneous simultaneous ICH for which we couldExpand
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Gamma knife surgery for brain metastases in patients harboring four or more lesions: survival and prognostic factors.
OBJECT This study was performed to evaluate the role of gamma knife surgery (GKS) in patients with a large number (four or more) of metastatic brain lesions. METHODS The authors retrospectivelyExpand
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Comparison of the Outcomes and Recurrence with Three Surgical Techniques for Chronic Subdural Hematoma: Single, Double Burr Hole, and Double Burr Hole Drainage with Irrigation
Objective Chronic subdural hematoma (CSDH), a disease commonly encountered by neurosurgeons, is treated by burr hole drainage (BHD). However, the optimal surgical technique among the three types ofExpand
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The Effects of Spinopelvic Parameters and Paraspinal Muscle Degeneration on S1 Screw Loosening
Objective To investigate risk factors for S1 screw loosening after lumbosacral fusion, including spinopelvic parameters and paraspinal muscles. Methods We studied with 156 patients with degenerativeExpand
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Acute Contralateral Radiculopathy after Unilateral Transforaminal Lumbar Interbody Fusion
Objective Cases of contralateral radiculopathy after a transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion with a single cage (unilateral TLIF) had been reported, but the phenomenon has not been explainedExpand
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Inflammatory pseudotumor in the lateral ventricle with repeated bleeding-case report-.
Inflammatory pseudotumor is an uncommon lesion with unknown etiology characterized by sclerosing inflammation which clinically and radiographically mimics a neoplastic lesion. A 47-year-old manExpand
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Radiological apoplexy and its correlation with acute clinical presentation, angiogenesis and tumor microvascular density in pituitary adenomas.
OBJECTIVE Pituitary apoplexy is life-threatening clinical syndrome caused by the rapid enlargement of a pituitary tumor due to hemorrhage and/or infarction. The pathogenesis of pituitary apoplexy isExpand
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Capillary hemangioma of the thoracic spinal cord.
Capillary hemangiomas are common soft tissue tumors on the skin or mucosa of the head and neck in the early childhood, but very rare in the neuraxis. A 47-year-old man presented with one monthExpand
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