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Abstract Twenty-three patients were operated upon for thoracic disc herniation between 1973 and 1982. The lateral approach to the vertebral column was used in each. Most patients had severe local pain; 13 had severe myelopathy or complete motor paralysis, including 4 who had become paraplegic...
Abstract One hundred fifteen burr hole defects were filled with sterilized human cadaver skull in 45 patients ranging in age between 10 and 88 years. One to 6 allogeneic skull discs per patient were placed in all areas of the calvaria. The length of postoperative observation ranges between 6...
Abstract This study reports a model of metastatic tumor to the brains of mice. A sequentially colonized brain-homing tumor line was developed from the KHT sarcoma and was injected into the right hind foot of syngeneic C3H female mice. When tumor was just grossly apparent in the foot, the...
Abstract A case of epidural hematoma associated with Paget's disease of the skull, following minimal head trauma, is presented. Review of the literature yielded only one previously reported case of this association. Factors of relevance in the development of epidural hematoma in patients with...
Abstract A brief historical review of our awareness of the cerebral circulation and our attempts to measure cerebral blood flow is presented. Cerebral blood flow, Cerebral circulation, History This content is only available as a PDF. © 1984 by the Congress of Neurological Surgeons
Abstract A very rare case of Petriellidium boydii pachymeningitis is described. Rarer still is the stabilization of this case for a prolonged period. Miconazole and ketaconazole both seemed useful in the treatment. and their role is discussed. Cranial nerve palsy, Fungal infection, Ketaconazole,...
Abstract The ascorbic acid/dehydroascorbic acid system was analyzed in the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) of 41 patients with different neurological disorders. The chi-square test of covariance analysis revealed in this sample significant differences in the CSF levels of total ascorbic acid when...
Article PDF first page preview Close This content is only available as a PDF. © 1984 by the Congress of Neurological Surgeons
Abstract Acute elevated intracranial pressure (ICP) effects on the auditory evoked response (AER) were studied in the rabbit. Simultaneous CSF infusions to increase ICP and contralateral ICP pressure recordings were done through bilateral ventriculostomies. During rarefaction auditory...
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