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Computer‐aided design techniques were used to analyze the degree of spinal curvature shown on cervical spine radiograms of 28 patients. On films standardized as to size, a geometrical chord was constructed from the 2nd to the 7th cervical vertebrae (C2 to C7), and an arc was...
The clinical and electrophysiological observations in two cases of distal ulnar neuropathy from carpal ganglia are reported. In the first case, the ganglion was compressing the ulnar nerve just proximal to its division; in the second case, the ganglion was compressing the deep branch of the...
Abstract Results of skin cultures obtained before 413 of 505 operations for cerebrospinal fluid-diverting ventricular shunt placement or revision in a pediatric population from April 1980 to May 1983 are analyzed and compared to results of cultures from 20 subsequent shunt infections....
In 21 patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage secondary to ruptured intracranial aneurysms, we performed serial neurological evaluations, transcranial Doppler examinations, and cerebral blood flow (CBF) determinations. We classified 8 patients as having vasospasm (delayed...
Abstract Twenty-two adults with mild concussions were assessed 5 times during the first 3 months after injury. The initial tests were performed within 72 hours of injury. Each evaluation included a neurological examination and neuropsychological reaction time (RT) tests of simple and choice RT...
Abstract Fifty-seven cases of oligodendroglioma (including eight cases of malignant oligodendroglioma) treated at the University of Tokyo Hospital between 1961 and 1985 were analyzed for factors influencing the survival rate. Factors related to a poor outcome were findings of malignancy and...
Disruption of local cortical blood flow (CBF) autoregulation and CO
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