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We were excited to read “Post treatment antiplatelet therapy reduces risk for delayed cerebral ischemia due to aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage”.1 As the pendulum has shifted toward predominantly endovascular treatment of aneurysm rupture,2-6 the question of whether and when to treat patients...
Abstract BACKGROUND Balloon compression (BC), thermocoagulation (TC), and glycerol rhizolysis (GR) are percutaneous surgical options for trigeminal neuralgia (TN). Whether the outcomes of these procedures in multiple sclerosis -related TN (MS-TN) are as effective as in idiopathic TN (ITN) is...
While intracranial stimulation is an effective neurosurgical treatment option for certain neurological disorders, traditional implantable neurostimulation devices deliver electrical pulses continuously at preset parameters without adjusting the therapy for the patient's individual symptom(s),...
Abstract BACKGROUND Though it is well known that normal pressure hydrocephalus (NPH) patients can cognitively improve after ventriculoperitoneal shunting (VPS), one of the major dilemmas in NPH is the ability to prospectively predict which patients will improve. OBJECTIVE To prospectively assess...
Abstract Therapeutic brain stimulation has proven efficacious for treatment of nervous system diseases, exerting widespread influence via disease-specific neural networks. Activation or suppression of neural networks could theoretically be assessed by either clinical symptom modification (ie,...
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