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(Journal of Neurosurgery[TA])
28,567 results
  • Assessment of the endoscopic endonasal approach to the basilar apex region for aneurysm clipping. [Journal Article]
  • JNJ Neurosurg 2018 Jun 22; :1-12
  • Tayebi Meybodi A, Benet A, … Lawton MT
  • CONCLUSIONS: For BAX aneurysms located in the retrosellar area, PT is usually required to obtain improved exposure and control for the bilateral PCAs. However, the transcranial approach is generally superior to both endoscopic approaches for accessing the BAX region. Considering the superior exposure of the proximal basilar artery obtained with the EEA, it could be a viable option when surgical treatment is considered for a low-lying BAX or mid-basilar trunk aneurysms (≥ 4 mm inferior to dorsum sellae).
  • Comparison of flow diversion with clipping and coiling for the treatment of paraclinoid aneurysms in 115 patients. [Journal Article]
  • JNJ Neurosurg 2018 Jun 22; :1-8
  • Silva MA, See AP, … Aziz-Sultan MA
  • CONCLUSIONS: In a large series in which patient outcomes after treatment of paraclinoid aneurysms were compared, the authors found a high rate of aneurysm occlusion and a comparable rate of procedural complications among patients treated with PED placement compared with the rates among those who underwent clipping or coiling. For patients who presented with visual symptoms, those treated with PED placement had the highest rate of visual improvement. The results of this study suggest that the PED is an effective and safe modality for treating paraclinoid aneurysms, especially for patients who present with visual symptoms.
  • Pace of movement: the role of single neurons in the subthalamic nucleus. [Journal Article]
  • JNJ Neurosurg 2018 Jun 22; :1-6
  • Tankus A, Mirelman A, … Hausdorff JM
  • CONCLUSIONS: These findings suggest that disparate schemes are utilized in the STN for neuronal recruitment for motor control of the upper and lower extremities. The results indicate a distributed model of motor control within the STN, where the active neuronal population changes when modifying the task condition and pace.
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