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  • Perioperative acute neurological deficits in instrumented pediatric cervical spine fusions. [Journal Article]
    J Neurosurg Pediatr 2019; :1-11Verhofste BP, Glotzbecker MP, … Hedequist DJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: An improvement of the preexisting neurological deficit or stabilization of neurological function was seen in 96.7% of children after cervical spine fusion. New or progressive neurological deficits occurred in 3.3% of the patients and occurred more frequently in children with preoperative neurological symptoms. Patients with syndromic diagnoses are at higher risk to develop a deficit, probably due to the severity of deformity and the degree of cervical instability. Long-term outcomes of new neurological deficits are favorable, and 50% of patients experienced complete neurological recovery within 6 months.
  • Is 3 years adequate for tracking completely occluded coiled aneurysms? [Journal Article]
    J Neurosurg 2019; :1-7Yeon EK, Cho YD, … Han MH
  • CONCLUSIONS: Almost all coiled aneurysms (98.5%) showing complete occlusion at 36 months postembolization proved to be stable during extended observation. However, recurrent aneurysms were predisposed to delayed recanalization. Given the low probability yet seriousness of delayed recanalization and the possibility of de novo aneurysm formation, careful monitoring may be still considered in this setting but at less frequent intervals beyond 36 months.
  • Fractional flow reserve in patients with reduced ejection fraction. [Journal Article]
    Eur Heart J 2019Di Gioia G, De Bruyne B, … Barbato E
  • CONCLUSIONS: In patients with reduced LVEF and CAD, FFR-guided revascularization was associated with lower rates of death and MACCE at 5 years as compared with the Angiography-guided strategy. This beneficial impact was observed in parallel with less coronary artery bypass grafting and more patients deferred to percutaneous coronary intervention or medical therapy.
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