Surgical and medical management of patients with massive cerebellar infarctions: results of the German-Austrian Cerebellar Infarction Study

@article{Jauss1999SurgicalAM,
  title={Surgical and medical management of patients with massive cerebellar infarctions: results of the German-Austrian Cerebellar Infarction Study},
  author={Marek Jauss and D W Krieger and C. Hornig and Johannes Schramm and Otto Busse and for the Gascis study centers},
  journal={Journal of Neurology},
  year={1999},
  volume={246},
  pages={257-264}
}
Abstract Surgical intervention (ventricular drainage or decompressive craniotomy) may be necessary in patients with cerebellar infarction if mass effect develops. However, patient selection and timing of surgery remain controversial, and there are few data on clinical signs in the early course that are predictive for outcome. The clinical course and neuroradiological features of 84 patients (aged 22–78, mean 58.5 years) with massive cerebellar infarction confirmed by computed tomography were… CONTINUE READING

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