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Abstract The authors describe a case of multiple supratentorial intracranial arteriovenous malformations in a patient with a family history of cerebrovascular disease. There was no sign of any other vascular dysplasia. A brief review of this rare entity is given. (Neurosurgery 17:88-93, 1985)...
Abstract A 7-year-old boy with Apert's syndrome and hydrocephalus presented with scoliosis and lower extremity weakness. Neuroradiological evaluation demonstrated bony abnormalities involving the foramen magnum and a markedly hydromyelic spinal cord. Clinical improvement followed posterior fossa...
Abstract Primary intracranial rhabdomyosarcoma is rare. Twenty-one cases with dismal outcomes have been reported. We add five children with this disease treated between 1977 and 1982. Their therapy consisted of surgical resection, craniospinal irradiation, and intravenous-intrathecal...
Abstract Acrylic was inserted into the intervertebral space after anterior cervical discectomy in five patients. The application of the acrylic was simple and quick to perform and atraumatic to the patient. The intervertebral space was preserved satisfactorily and consistently in all five...
Abstract The management of cystic supratentorial gliomas is hampered by lack of documentation of the natural history of these lesions and by a lack of evaluation of modes of surgical therapy. We analyzed these factors in 25 patients with solitary cysts operated upon over a 20-year period. Two...
Abstract Estimation of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) outflow resistance (Ro) using a bolus injection method was carried out under normal conditions and in a state of artificially increased elastance produced by saline loading into the CSF space. These values of Ro were compared with Ro estimated by...
Abstract We describe a patient who developed a delayed postoperative hematoma while receiving hypertensive therapy for delayed cerebral ischemia after aneurysm operation. The association between delayed extradural hematoma and induced hypertension has not been described previously. (Neurosurgery...
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