Progressive PCA steno-occlusive changes after revascularization for moyamoya disease: a neglected phenomenon.

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To the Editor: I read with interest the technical note by Krammer and Lumenta titled ‘‘The New Aneurysm Clip System for Particularly Complex Aneurysm Surgery: Technical Note’’ published in Neurosurgery in June 2010. I would like to inform them that a technical note on a conceptually same aneurysm clip had already been published in a past issue of this journal by my colleagues. I completely agree that the inverted opening mechanism of the aneurysm clip can offer better surgical vision during clip application, especially in complex aneurysm surgery.

DOI: 10.1227/NEU.0b013e3181f36022

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@article{Huang2010ProgressivePS, title={Progressive PCA steno-occlusive changes after revascularization for moyamoya disease: a neglected phenomenon.}, author={Abel Po-Hao Huang and Yong-Kwang Tu}, journal={Neurosurgery}, year={2010}, volume={67 6}, pages={E1865-6; author reply E1866} }