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  • Incidence and impact of stroke following surgery for low-grade gliomas. [Journal Article]
    J Neurosurg 2019; :1-9Berger A, Tzarfati G, … Grossman R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Recurrent surgeries and insular tumor locations are risk factors for intraoperative strokes. Although they do not affect survival, these strokes negatively affect patient activity and performance status, mainly during the first 3 postoperative months, with gradual functional improvement over 1 year. Several intraoperative parameters may suggest the impending development of an infarct.
  • Rapid Crossed Responses in an Intrinsic Hand Muscle During Perturbed Bimanual Movements. [Journal Article]
    J Neurophysiol 2019Khong KYW, Galán F, Soteropoulos DS
  • Mechanical perturbations in one upper limb often elicit corrective responses in both the perturbed as well as its contralateral and unperturbed counterpart. These crossed corrective responses have been shown to be sensitive to the bimanual requirements of the perturbation but crossed responses (CRs) in hand muscles are far less well studied. Here, we investigate corrective CRs in an intrinsic han…
  • Incidence and Symptomatology of Vascular Crossed Aphasia in Bengali. [Journal Article]
    Cogn Behav Neurol 2019; 32(4):256-267Lahiri D, Dubey S, … Ardila A
  • CONCLUSIONS: The relatively high incidence of CA in our study suggests that bi-hemispheric language representation may be more prevalent in Bengali speakers than in speakers of other languages. The absence of crossed Wernicke aphasia in our study participants may represent a left-hemispheric advantage for receptive language abilities in Bengali speakers. Further studies are required to clarify whether idiosyncrasies in the Bengali language may be responsible for the differential brain representation of language seen in our study participants.
  • 3D ultrasound-guided resection of low-grade gliomas: principles and clinical examples. [Journal Article]
    Neurosurg Focus 2019; 47(6):E9Unsgård G, Lindseth F
  • 3D ultrasound (US) is a convenient tool for guiding the resection of low-grade gliomas, seemingly without deterioration in patients' quality of life. This article offers an update of the intraoperative workflow and the general principles behind the 3D US acquisition of high-quality images.The authors also provide case examples illustrating the technique in two small mesial temporal lobe lesions a…
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