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ABSTRACT THE NATURAL COURSE of cerebral arteriovenous malformations during pregnancy is not well known. An inoperable cerebral arteriovenous malformation was diagnosed by angiography, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging before pregnancy and followed by magnetic resonance imaging...
THE AUTHORS PRESENT the results of acoustic neurinoma surgery in 61 elderly patients (age, ≥65 years). All the patients were operated upon via the lateral suboccipital approach. Complete tumor removal was achieved in all but two patients. There was no operative mortality. Fifty-seven patients...
ABSTRACT THE DYNAMIC RELATIONSHIPS among mean flow velocity, its pulsatile amplitude (FVa), cortical cerebral blood flow (CBF), and cerebral perfusion pressure (CPP) were studied in normal rabbits and rabbits with subarachnoid hemorrhage using 8-MHz pulsed transcranial Doppler ultrasound and...
THREE CASES OF spinal epidural angiolipoma, all affecting middle-aged women, are reported. Spinal epidural angiolipomas are considered a separate entity from the more common lipomas involving the same space. Although these tumors are considered very rare, the occurrence of three cases in less...
ABSTRACT DESPITE RECENT ADVANCES in neurodiagnostic imaging, it may be difficult to differentiate tuberculum sellae meningiomas from pituitary macroadenomas preoperatively. Magnetic resonance (MR) imaging has supplanted computed tomography as the imaging modality of choice for sellar and...
ABSTRACT IN ORDER TO understand the effects and the direction of pressure transmitted from a mass lesion through various brain structures, miniature strain gauges were inserted in different brain locations in eight anesthetized monkeys. Mass lesions were created by inflating a balloon in either...
ABSTRACT A 63-YEAR-OLD man was admitted to our hospital because of loss of memory, disorientation, nausea, and urinary incontinence. Cerebral computed tomographic and magnetic resonance imaging scans revealed a tumor with intratumoral hemorrhage affecting the corpus callosum and the septum...
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