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Microscopic And Electrophysiological Changes On Regenerating Sciatic Nerves Of Rats Treated With Simvastatin
(Via Medica, 2010)
Simvastatin is a hypocholesterolemic agent presumed to cause peripheral neuropathy. We arranged an experimental design which focuses on the effect of simvastatin on peripheral nerves and neural regeneration. Sciatic nerve ...
Intracranial Haernorrhage Probably Due To An Angiographically Occult Avm After Carotid Stenting - A Case Report
(Edizioni Centauro, 2003)
Angiographically occult vascular malformations refer to cerebrovascular malformations that are not demonstrable on technically satisfactory cerebral angiography. Authors herein present a very unusual intracranial bleeding ...
Spontaneous Resolution Of Syringomyelia Without Chiari Malformation - Case Report
(Japan Neurosurgical Soc, 2006)
A 30-year-old woman presented with a cervical syrinx manifesting as hemihypesthesia. Neuroimaging found no evidence of Chiari malformation or tight cisterna magna. Serial magnetic resonance imaging studies over a 6-year ...
The Therapeutic Effects Of Melatonin And Nimodipine In Rats After Cerebral Cortical Injury
(Turkish Neurosurgical Soc, 2012)
AIM: Secondary brain injury starts after the initial traumatic impact and marked by an increase in the intracellular calcium concentrations. This cascadeeventually results in membrane lipid peroxidation and neuronal cell ...
Angiographic Morphometry Of Internal Carotid Artery Circulation In Turkish Children
(Turkish Neurosurgical Soc, 2015)
AIM: Knowledge of cerebrovascular morphology is integral in planning neuroendovascular interventions, especially for procedures involving placement of stents, flow diverters or stentrievers. There is insufficient data on ...
The Syndrome Of Perisylvian Polymicrogyria With Congenital Arthrogryposis
(Elsevier Science Bv, 2010)
Background: Bilateral perisylvian polymicrogyria (BPP) is a well-recognized malformation of cortical development commonly associated with epilepsy, cognitive impairment, and oromotor apraxia. Reports have suggested the ...
Growing Rod Concepts: State Of The Art
Early-onset spinal deformities present multiple challenges to the surgeon. They may be rapidly progressive and unresponsive to conservative treatment, necessitating surgical intervention at an early age. This text attempts ...
Intracranial Solitary Chondroma - Case-Report
(Amer Assoc Neurological Surgeons, 1984)
The Effect Of Transpedicular Intracorporeal Grafting In The Treatment Of Thoracolumbar Burst Fractures On Canal Remodeling
Short-segment posterior instrumentation for the treatment of thoracolumbar burst fractures has been reported with a high rate of failure. Transpedicular intracorporeal grafting in combination with short-segment instrumentation ...
Spontaneous Subfalcial Transcallosal Migration Of A Missile To The Contralateral Hemisphere Causing Deterioration In Neurological Status - Case Report
(Japan Neurosurgical Soc, 2002)
A 26-year-old man sustained a gunshot injury. Computed tomography (CT) demonstrated the missile in the right parietal region. Twenty-four hours later, the missile had moved towards the midline. Following slight deterioration ...