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  • Large epileptogenic type IIIb dysplasia: a radiological and anatomopathological challenge. [Journal Article]
  • WNWorld Neurosurg 2019 Jun 21
  • Joris V, Ribeiro Vaz JG, … Raftopoulos C
  • CONCLUSIONS: We describe a rare condition of type IIIb dysplasia combining a focal cortical dysplasia with a DNET. Pre-operative diagnosis of such lesion is utmost difficult, thereby rendering mandatory a thorough histopathological examination of resected specimens in the vast majority of cases. Increased recognition of the condition arises the hypothesis of a genetic continuum or linkage between the two conditions. Functional results on seizure activity after ablative surgery are good and maximal safe resection should be the goal.
  • Influence of orbital morphology on proptosis reduction and ocular motility after decompression surgery in patients with Graves' orbitopathy. [Journal Article]
  • PlosPLoS One 2019; 14(6):e0218701
  • Oeverhaus M, Copei A, … Stähr K
  • CONCLUSIONS: We were able to show that orbital morphology influences the outcome of balanced orbital decompression surgery in terms of proptosis reduction and motility. However, the rather low coefficients of correlation show that the surgical outcome cannot be predicted with simple CT measurements, although risk factors for postoperative abduction deficit could be found. Therefore, preoperative planning should consider especially the orbital surface area and depth of ethmoidal sinus. Patients should be informed about the higher risk of diplopia with higher proptosis reduction.
  • Modulation of creativity by transcranial direct current stimulation. [Journal Article]
  • BSBrain Stimul 2019 Jun 05
  • Hertenstein E, Waibel E, … Nissen C
  • CONCLUSIONS: The findings provide new insights into ways of modulating creativity, whereby a deactivation of the left and an activation of the right prefrontal cortex with tDCS is associated with increased creativity. Potential future applications might include tDCS for patients with mental disorders and for healthy individuals in creative professions.
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