Cerebellar Infarct. Midline Tumors. Minimally Invasive Endoscopic Neurosurgery (MIEN) by Bernhard L. BauerCerebellar Infarct. Midline Tumors. Minimally Invasive Endoscopic Neurosurgery (MIEN) by Bernhard L. Bauer

Cerebellar Infarct. Midline Tumors. Minimally Invasive Endoscopic Neurosurgery (MIEN)

EditorBernhard L. Bauer, Mario Brock, Margareta Klinger

Paperback | May 30, 1994

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Advances in Neurosurgery 22 is devoted to three main topics, the first one being Cerebellar Infarcts. Following the introduction with the microsurgical anatomy and the neuropathology of cerebellar infarction, the indication for operative treatment and its results are then discussed. The neuroradiological treatment with local and antifibrinolytic therapy for vertebrobasilar occlusion completes this section. The management and surgical approaches to the various forms of midline lesions are then presented. Special interest is centred on minimal invasive endoscopic neurosurgery (MIEN), (intraventricular tumors, optic pathway gliomas, endoscopic brainstem tumors and vascular malformations). Furthermore the special equipment and fields of indications are extensively discussed.
Title:Cerebellar Infarct. Midline Tumors. Minimally Invasive Endoscopic Neurosurgery (MIEN)Format:PaperbackDimensions:345 pagesPublished:May 30, 1994Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3540576681

ISBN - 13:9783540576686


Table of Contents

Cerebellar Infarct.- Microsurgical Anatomy and Territories of Perfusion of the Superior Cerebellar Artery.- Neuropathology of Cerebellar Infarction: Its Morphology in Comparison to Selective Postmortem Angiography of Cerebellar Arteries.- Surgical Aspects in Treatment of Cerebellar Infarction.- Operative Management of Space-Occupying Cerebellar Infarctions: 12 Years of Experiences.- Local Intra-arterial Fibrinolytic Therapy in Vertebrobasilar Occlusion.- Midline Tumors.- Postoperative Results and Complications of Supratentorial, Intraventricular Tumors.- The Interhemispheric Approach for Ventricular and Periventricular Lesions.- Tumors of the Lateral and Third Ventricles: Follow-Up Postoperative Morbidity and Mortality.- Postoperative Visual Outcome of Meningiomas Located in the Sellar Region.- Optic Pathway Glioma: Management and Prognosis in 25 Surgically Treated Cases.- Intra-axial Endphytic Brainstem Tumors: Postoperative Results in Childhood.- Intraventricular and Intrapontine Vascular Malformations: Symptoms, Surgical Approach, and Postoperative Results.- Pre- and Intraoperative Transcranial Color-Coded Real-Time Sonography in Stereotactic Biopsies of Midline-Tumors.- Cerebral Gangliogliomas: A Study of 51 Cases.- Microembolization of Skull Base Tumors.- The Immunological Status of Brain Tumor Patients.- Postoperative Infections After Craniotomy: A Prospective Study with Partial Hair Removal and the Use of Antiseptic Hair Gel and Perioperative Antibiotics.- Incidence and Clinical Significance of Postcraniotomy Seizures: Should Prophylactic Anticonvulsants be Administered? A Review of 910 Operative Cases.- Minimally Invasive Endoscopic Neurosurgery (MIEN).- Current Endoneurosurgery.- Endoscopic Anatomy of the Third Ventricle.- Endoscopic Approaches to the Suprasellar Region: Anatomy and Current Clinical Application.- Stereotactic-Endoscopic Therapy of Colloid Cysts.- Minimally Invasive Therapy of Symptomatic Cavum Vergae and Other Midline Cysts: Stereotactic Cystoventriculostomy.- Magnetic Resonance Imaging-Guided Interstitial Laser Therapy in Brain Tumors.- Early Experiences with Percutaneous Nucleus Pulposus Denaturation in Treatment of Lumbar Disc Protrusions: An Alternative Neurosurgical Concept.- Experimental Neurosurgery.- Effect on the 1064-nm Nd-YAG Laser on Lumbar Intervertebral Disc Tissue: Experimental Study for Assessing the Operation-Concept.- Cytotoxic Glial Swelling by Arachidonic Acid.- Posttraumatic Brain Edema: Effects of the Novel Cl-Transport Blocker Torasemide and the Inositol Triphosphate Analogue PP56.- Cell Migration of Neural and Neoplastic Cells Transplanted into the Adult Rat Brain.- Monocyte- and Lymphocyte-Mediated Cytotoxicity After Gene Transfer and Expression of Human Interleukin-2 in a Human Glioblastoma Cell Line.- Tissue pO2 of Normal and Pathological Human Brain Cortex.- Cerebral and Tumor Blood Flow in Intracranial Tumors.- Interstitial Immunotherapy of Multicellular Tumor Spheroids Using Liposomes Containing Tumor Necrosis Factor-?.- Cavernomas and Developmental Venous Anomalies: Diagnosis and Therapy.- Results of Proton Beam Radiosurgery in Cerebral Arteriovenous Malformations.- Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage due to Sinus Venous Thrombosis.- Endovascular Treatment of Intracranial Aneurysms with Electrically Detachable Coils.- Cysticercosis Cerebri: Experiences from an Endemic Area.- Head Injuries from Bicycle Accidents.- Clinical Applicability of Laser Doppler Flowmetry in Neurosurgery.- Neurosurgery of the Spine.- Microsurgery in Intervertebral Disc Disease: Whom Does It Benefit?.- The European Myelopathy Score.- Spinal Hamartomas in Adulthood.- Respiratory Insufficiency Due to Perinatal Lesion of the Spinal Cord: An Inevitable Course of Events?.- Effect of Four Intravenous Anesthetic Agents on Motor Evoked Potentials Elicited by Magnetic Transcranial Stimulation.- Winning Poster Presentations.- Episodes of Cerebral Maloxygenation in Comatose Patients.- Depth Electrodes in the Presurgical Evaluation of Epilepsy.- Microsurgical Anatomy of the Cisterna Quadrigemina and Cisterna Velum Interpositum.- Diagnostic Value of Somatostatin Receptor Scintigraphy in the Pre- and Postoperative Management of Glioma Patients.- Secondary Growth of a Primary Brain Tissue Necrosis from a Focal Lesion.- Allogeneic Neurografting in the Rat Model of Parkinson's Disease: Effect of the Grafting Technique on the Functional and Morphological Integration of the Transplant.