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Abstract Seventy-one patients with minor head injury were given extensive neuropsychological evaluations 3 months after injury. A significant percentage of the patients demonstrated cognitive impairment, which seemed essentially unrelated to the length of unconsciousness or of posttraumatic...
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Abstract Advances in antenatal diagnostic techniques coupled with innovative neurosurgical techniques have led to the consideration of treatment of major congenital neurological anomalies in utero. The rationale for such fetal neurosurgical intervention rests in the possibility of halting the...
Abstract Computed tomography (CT) has permitted the recognition of a previously unknown phase of cerebral cysticercosis, which has been misdiagnosed clinically and radiologically as pseudotumor cerebri or nonspecific intracranial hypertension. It consists of an acute encephalitis with or without...
Abstract Two patients with spinal cord arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) had coexisting spinal aneurysms on their main feeding arteries. The angiographic disappearance of these coexisting aneurysms after artificial embolization of the spinal cord AVMs suggests that hemodynamic stress is the...
Abstract The treatment over the past 12 years of 60 patients with degenerative spondylolisthesis with an intact neural arch is reviewed. The patients averaged 65 years of age, with women outnumbering men by a ratio of 2:1. Symptoms in the lower extremities had been present for 3 months to 10...
Abstract Brain tumors from 64 patients were studied for the presence of hormone binding. Estradiol binding was detected in 34 patients: 13 of 21 meningiomas, 4 of 8 schwannomas, 1 oligodendroglioma, 1 of 5 benign gliomas, 4 of 5 malignant gliomas, 5 of 11 metastatic tumors, and 6 of 11 pediatric...
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