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Clinical Significance of Congenital Lumbosacral Malformations in Young Male Population With Prolonged Low Back Pain
Study Design. A prospective clinical investigation. Objective. To determine the clinical significance of congenital lumbosacral malformations in young male patients with subacute or chronic low backExpand
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Split cord malformation in adults
Although split cord malformations have been well documented in children, there is no consensus about their surgical indications and clinical course in adults because of their rarity. Medical recordsExpand
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Cerebral hydatid cysts: technique and pitfalls of surgical management.
OBJECT Hydatid cysts are rare, but most often they occur in the liver and lungs. Cerebral manifestation is very rare, and surgery is the main treatment. The goal of surgery is to remove the cysts inExpand
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The clinical, electrophysiologic, and surgical characteristics of peripheral nerve injuries caused by gunshot wounds in adults: a 40-year experience.
BACKGROUND There are few large-volume studies on the repair of peripheral nerve lesions caused by gunshot wounds. In this study, the results of peripheral nerve repair are analyzed, and the factorsExpand
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A Comparative Study of Histopathological Analysis of Filum Terminale in Patients with Tethered Cord Syndrome and in Normal Human Fetuses
Background: The structural changes in filum terminale (FT) may be responsible for tethered cord syndrome (TCS) in children. Although the histological changes in FT related to TCS are well-known,Expand
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Histological structure of filum terminale in human fetuses.
OBJECT The structure of the filum terminale (FT) is important in the development of tethered cord syndrome (TCS) in children. Although many studies have been performed on the histological structureExpand
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The microsurgical anatomy of the ciliary ganglion and its clinical importance in orbital traumas: an anatomic study.
The ciliary ganglion can easily be injured during surgery for the repair of orbital fractures and laterally situated intraorbital mass lesions. The aim of this study is to elucidate the microsurgicalExpand
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Management of the large cranial osteoma: Experience with 13 adult patients
  • Y. Izci
  • Medicine
  • Acta Neurochirurgica
  • 22 August 2005
SummaryBackground. Large osteomas are benign, slow-growing and rare neoplasms of the skull, which are usually asymptomatic but may need surgical resection. Patient and methods. We reported a seriesExpand
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Comparison of the Efficacies of Antibiotic-Impregnated and Silver-Impregnated Ventricular Catheters on the Prevention of Infections
Background and Objective: Infection of the cerebrospinal fluid is a life-threatening condition which is usually treated with systemic antibiotics and continued ventricular drainage in children. TheExpand
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Comparison of clinical outcomes between anteroposterior and lateral penetrating craniocerebral gunshot wounds
Objective: To investigate and compare, using a retrospective clinical study, the clinical outcomes of penetrating craniocerebral gunshot wounds (PCGW) with respect to the trajectory of penetration inExpand
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