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Abstract BACKGROUND: Multiple cerebral cavernous malformations (mCCMs) are known as potentially epileptogenic lesions. Treatment might be multimodal. Management of patients with mCCMs and epilepsy is challenging. OBJECTIVE: To evaluate (1) algorhythmic therapeutic sequences in patients with...
Abstract BACKGROUND: Although the concept of minimum clinically important difference (MCID) as a measurement of surgical outcome has been extensively studied, there is lack of consensus on the most valid or clinically relevant MCID calculation approach. OBJECTIVE: To compare the range of MCID...
CEREBROVASCULAR 147 Surgical Resection Can Be Successful in a Large Fraction of Patients With Drug-Resistant Epilepsy Associated With Multiple Cerebral Cavernous Malformations:Christian von der Brelie 163 Minocycline Prevents Focal Neurological Deterioration Due to Cerebral Hyperperfusion After...
Abstract BACKGROUND: Surgical resection of epileptic foci relies on accurate localization of the epileptogenic zone, often achieved by subdural and depth electrodes. Our epilepsy center has treated selected children with poorly localized medically refractory epilepsy with a staged surgical...
Abstract BACKGROUND: Cerebral hyperperfusion (CHP) is a potential complication of superficial temporal artery–middle cerebral artery (STA-MCA) anastomosis for moyamoya disease (MMD), and optimal postoperative management has not yet been established. Minocycline, a neuroprotective antibiotic...
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