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(Cranial nerve palsy)
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  • Pain-free and pain-controlled survival after sectioning the nervus intermedius in nervus intermedius neuralgia: a single-institution review. [Journal Article]
  • JNJ Neurosurg 2018 Aug 17; :1-8
  • Holste KG, Hardaway FA, … Burchiel KJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: In this retrospective review, sectioning of the NI produced no major complications, such as permanent facial weakness or deafness, and was effective for patients when performed in addition to other procedures. After sectioning of the NI, patients experienced 4.8 years pain free and experienced 6.2 years of less pain than before surgery. Alone, sectioning of the NI was not effective. The pathophysiology of NIN is not entirely understood. It appears that neurovascular compression plays only a minor role in the syndrome and there is a high degree of overlap with TN.
  • Upfront Gamma Knife radiosurgery for Cushing's disease and acromegaly: a multicenter, international study. [Journal Article]
  • JNJ Neurosurg 2018 Aug 17; :1-7
  • Gupta A, Xu Z, … Sheehan JP
  • CONCLUSIONS: Upfront GKS resulted in good tumor control as well as a low rate of adverse radiation effects in the whole group. Patients with CD achieved a faster and far better remission rate after upfront GKS in comparison to patients with acromegaly. GKS can be considered as an upfront treatment in carefully selected patients with CD who are unwilling or unable to undergo resection, but it has a more limited role in acromegaly.
  • Dural arteriovenous fistulas at the petrous apex. [Journal Article]
  • WNWorld Neurosurg 2018 Aug 10
  • Li J, Ren J, … Zhang H
  • CONCLUSIONS: Petrous apex DAVF carried a high risk of embolization-related complications. Based on the vascular architecture, this classification may reflect their clinical features and provide some advices on the treatment of DVAFs at the petrous apex.
  • Causes, background, and characteristics of binocular diplopia in the elderly. [Journal Article]
  • JJJpn J Ophthalmol 2018 Aug 12
  • Kawai M, Goseki T, … Shoji N
  • CONCLUSIONS: About half of the elderly patients with binocular diplopia exhibited vertical deviation. In addition, binocular diplopia was often caused by orbital pulley disorders. It is the first epidemiological study focusing on orbital pulley disorders diagnosed on the basis of MRI.
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