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BYPASS SURGERY FOR COMPLEX BRAIN ANEURYSMS: AN ASSESSMENT OF INTRACRANIAL‐INTRACRANIAL BYPASS
OBJECTIVEBypass surgery for brain aneurysms is evolving from extracranial-intracranial (EC-IC) to intracranial-intracranial (IC-IC) bypasses that reanastomose parent arteries, revascularize efferentExpand
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THE NEW LICOX COMBINED BRAIN TISSUE OXYGEN AND BRAIN TEMPERATURE MONITOR: ASSESSMENT OF IN VITRO ACCURACY AND CLINICAL EXPERIENCE IN SEVERE TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
OBJECTIVE Monitoring of brain tissue oxygen tension is increasingly being used to monitor patients after severe traumatic brain injury and to guide therapies aimed at maintaining brain tissue oxygenExpand
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Predictors of Outcome in Traumatic Brain Injury: New Insight Using Receiver Operating Curve Indices and Bayesian Network Analysis
Background Traumatic brain injury remains a global health problem. Understanding the relative importance of outcome predictors helps optimize our treatment strategies by informing assessmentExpand
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Distal aneurysms of intracranial arteries: application of numerical nomenclature, predilection for cerebellar arteries, and results of surgical management.
BACKGROUND Distal intracranial aneurysms are rare, have unclear origins, and are frequently nonsaccular. Published clinical experience with these aneurysms is limited. OBJECTIVE To examineExpand
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Bypass Surgery for the Treatment of Dolichoectatic Basilar Trunk Aneurysms: A Work in Progress.
BACKGROUND The treatment of dolichoectatic basilar trunk aneurysms has been ineffectual or morbid due to nonsaccular morphology, deep location, and involvement of brainstem perforators. TreatmentExpand
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Rotational Vertebral Artery Occlusion—Series of 9 Cases
BACKGROUND:Rotational vertebral artery syndrome (RVAS) is a rare entity about which previously published studies are mostly limited to individual case reports. OBJECTIVE:To report our decade-longExpand
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Endoscopic transnasal approach to the pituitary – Operative technique and nuances
Abstract Background. The endoscopic transnasal approach is becoming the preferred minimally invasive approach to the pituitary region. We review the key anatomical landmarks, stepwise description ofExpand
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Use of intraoperative Doppler ultrasound with neuronavigation to guide arteriovenous malformation resection: a pediatric case series.
OBJECT Over the last 20 years, several intraoperative adjuncts, including ultrasonography, neuronavigation, and angiography, have been said to aid the intraoperative localization and resection ofExpand
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Multimorbidity states associated with higher mortality rates in organ dysfunction and sepsis: a data-driven analysis in critical care
BackgroundSepsis remains a complex medical problem and a major challenge in healthcare. Diagnostics and outcome predictions are focused on physiological parameters with less consideration given toExpand
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Quantifying surgical access in eyebrow craniotomy with and without orbital bar removal: cadaver and surgical phantom studies
BackgroundEyebrow craniotomy is a recently described minimally invasive approach for tackling primarily pathology of the anterior skull base. The removal of the orbital bar may further expand theExpand
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