Neurosurgical experiences with herpes simplex encephalitis.

@article{Page1967NeurosurgicalEW,
  title={Neurosurgical experiences with herpes simplex encephalitis.},
  author={Larry K. Page and H. Richard Tyler and Jayne Shillito},
  journal={Journal of neurosurgery},
  year={1967},
  volume={27 4},
  pages={
          346-52
        }
}
N ~ EUROSURGEONS n l u s t differentiate herpes simplex cnccphalitis from other rapidly-expanding middle fossa lesions by early diagnostic procedures ineluding brain biopsy. Successful therapy may depend upon prompt surgical decompression of the massive cerebral edema that is often found. The purpose of this paper is to record our experiences with various methods of reducing increased intraeranial pressure in three consecutive eases of proven herpes simplex encephalitis during a ~-year period… CONTINUE READING

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