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A proposed classification for spinal and cranial dural arteriovenous fistulous malformations and implications for treatment.
A classification is proposed that unifies and organizes spinal and cranial dural arteriovenous fistulous malformations (AVFMs) into three types based upon their anatomical similarities. Type I duralExpand
Transcallosal approach to the anterior ventricular system.
Using an anterior transcallosal approach, 25 patients with lateral and 3rd ventricular lesions are operated upon with the aim of determining the cause of death and the facility of this route is discussed. Expand
Endoscopic pituitary surgery.
Features: Step-by-step descriptions of the newest endoscopic pituitary and skull base procedures, ensuring that specialists have full mastery of techniques for different tumor types in thisExpand
Intradural spinal lipomas.
Intradural spinal lipomas are rare, and their origin is unknown. Although the clinical presentation may not be distinctive, the neuroradiographic presentation is. Total excision is usually notExpand
A first attempt in human liver transplantation was justified, and was undertaken in the spring of 1963 by Starzl and his co-workers in Denver, when it became clear that in both man and in the dog the prevention of the immunocytic rejection response and the cellular infiltrate was not synonymous with practical success. Expand
An aneurysm in infancy presenting with diabetes insipidus. Case report.
✓ A 6-month-old child presenting with diabetes insipidus was found to have irregularities of some of the intracranial arteries as well as a large aneurysm at the bifurcation of the left internalExpand
An experimental study of the effects of barium and intestinal contents on the peritoneal cavity.
Endoscopic sphenoidotomy approach to the sella.
The sphenoidotomy approach eliminates the problems of lip numbness, septal perforations, and oronasal fistulas and has become the preferred approach to sellar lesions. Expand
Listeria monocytogenes
Limited experience with Listeria brain abscess suggests that surgical intervention improves the prognosis, and Immunosuppression still provides effective treatment, even when immunosuppressive therapy is continued. Expand
Temozolomide in the treatment of an invasive prolactinoma resistant to dopamine agonists
A patient with an invasive prolactinoma resistant to conventional therapy that responded to the administration of the alkylating agent, temozolomide is described. Expand