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Abstract A rare lesion, a gumma in the cerebellopontine angle, is reported. Gumma may mimic other more commonly occurring cerebellopontine angle tumors. The computed tomographic (CT) appearance and histological characteristics are discussed. The literature of cerebral gumma is reviewed. This is...
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Abstract In this study. 12 dogs were anesthetized with sodium pentobarbital, and blood flows were determined using the radioactive microsphere technique. Ten dogs were first made acutely hypertensive by the infusion of norepinephrine and demonstrated preserved cerebral autoregulation. The...
Abstract Editor's note. This essay is based upon an address given by Professor Jean Brihaye on the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the European Association of Neurosurgical Societies (EANS) in Bandol, France, April 9-11, 1981. The full text of the address appeared in Acta Neurochirurgical...
Abstract Solitary eosinophilic granuloma of the skull is a rare lesion, the natural history of which has not been defined completely, By a retrospective chart review, 26 patients were identified as having a solitary eosinophilic granuloma of the skull at first presentation to our institution...
Abstract We report a patient in whom a spontaneous subdural hematoma developed in the posterior fossa during anticoagulation therapy for mitral valve disease. This rare complication of anticoagulation has been reported in only three other patients. Anticoagulation complication, Computed...
Abstract With 14C-labeled dextran as the tracer, studies of the original configuration of spinal recirculatory perfusion and the original model for data analysis demonstrated that this approach does not yield acceptable accuracy in determining cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) formation (Fcsf) and...
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