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  • Ultra-high-frequency Ultrasound to Assess Nerve Fascicles in Median Nerve Traumatic Neuroma. [Case Reports]
    Cureus 2019; 11(6):e4871Forte AJ, Boczar D, … Clendenen SR
  • A traumatic neuroma is a major cause of persistent neuropathic pain. Diagnostic imaging tools are critical to the success of surgical treatment. Ultra-high-frequency ultrasound is a novel technology that can generate frequencies up to 70 MHz, assessing structures up to 30 μm. We report a unique case of intraoperative use of ultra-high-frequency ultrasound to provide detailed imaging of nerve fasc…
  • Hearing preservation in vestibular schwannoma surgery via retrosigmoid transmeatal approach. [Journal Article]
    Acta Neurochir (Wien) 2019Matsushima K, Kohno M, Nakajima N
  • CONCLUSIONS: The retrosigmoid transmeatal approach under continuous neuromonitoring (auditory brainstem response, cochlear nerve action potentials, and continuous facial nerve monitoring) enables gross-total resection of vestibular schwannomas, while preserving hearing and facial functions. Radiological assessment and microsurgical techniques, such as meticulous tumor dissection, are also essential for functional preservation with sufficient tumor removal.
  • Simultaneous Contralateral Vestibular Schwannoma and Glomus Tumor of the Temporal Bone- A Case Report. [Case Reports]
    Iran J Otorhinolaryngol 2019; 31(105):235-238Sass HC, West N, Yde JB
  • CONCLUSIONS: Though vestibular schwannomas and glomus jugulare tumors are pathophysiologically different, they are similar in terms of symptomatology, growth pattern, diagnostic process, and therapeutic strategy. Based on this case report, it can be concluded that a vestibular evaluation demonstrates a unilateral vestibular weakness towards the side of the vestibular schwannoma, thereby facilitating clinical discrimination between the lesions.
  • Volumetric growth rates of untreated vestibular schwannomas. [Journal Article]
    J Neurosurg 2019; :1-7Schnurman Z, Nakamura A, … Kondziolka D
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study comprehensively assessed VS volumetric growth rates using high-resolution images and was conducted in a large and diverse patient sample. The majority of the tumors exhibited growth, with about one-third growing at a rate of 100% per year. These findings may contribute to a consensus understanding of tumor behavior and inform clinical decisions regarding whether to intervene or observe.
  • Evaluation of hepatic fibrosis by ultrasonic acoustic structure quantification. [Journal Article]
    Medicine (Baltimore) 2019; 98(31):e16533Cheng L, Chen Y, … Guo J
  • To evaluate the diagnostic accuracy of ultrasonic acoustic structure quantification (ASQ) for grading hepatic fibrosis/cirrhosis by comparing ultrasonographic features of regions of interest on ASQ images with the pathological characteristics of stage F0-F4 hepatic fibrosis cases.We retrospectively analyzed the medical records of 97 patients with chronic hepatitis who underwent ASQ evaluation at …
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