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Abstract The authors present a retrospective analysis of 128 cases of odontoid process injury treated at the University of Minnesota and affiliated hospitals between the years 1967 and 1983. Of these 128 cases, 110 were acute fractures, while 18 patients suffered from old, unstable odontoid...
Abstract A case is presented of an aneurysm arising from the distal portion of the medical branch of the superior cerebellar artery. The aneurysm was discovered after a subarachnoid hemorrhage and was clipped successfully. We found no similar distally located aneurysm in a review of the...
Abstract Reactions of pial arteries and veins as well as intracranial pressure (ICP) and mean arterial pressure during intravenous administration of methohexital were observed in two groups of cats totaling 24 animals in order to investigate hypothesized direct barbiturate effects on cerebral...
Abstract Occipital lobe infarction caused by tentorial herniation was described based on computed tomography findings in nine patients. The whole area of the occipital lobe was involved in five patients; some areas were spared in the others. Infarction other than the ipsilateral occipital lobe...
Abstract The neurosurgical role in rehabilitation rehabilitation was studied. Over a 5-year period, 850 individuals were referred to a rehabilitation center after initial acute care. Surgery was indicated for 66 patients. There were 28 quadriplegic or paraplegic individuals with intractable...
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Abstract We conducted a Phase II study of combination therapy with vincristine and cyclophosphamide in the treatment of patients with recurrent or metastatic medulloblastoma. Fourteen patients were treated with vincristine 2 mg/m2 (2.0-mg maximal dose) by intravenous bolus on Day 1 and...
Abstract The authors describe an unusual infestation of an ulcerative squamous cell carcinoma of the scalp and skull with Diptera Sarcophaga larvae. Human myiasis is rare in temperate zones and presents a rather unique neurosurgical challenge. The clinical presentation and treatment of human...
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