Head Injuries: Prognosis Evoked Potentials Microsurgery Brain Death by Reinhold A. FroweinHead Injuries: Prognosis Evoked Potentials Microsurgery Brain Death by Reinhold A. Frowein

Head Injuries: Prognosis Evoked Potentials Microsurgery Brain Death

EditorReinhold A. Frowein, Mario Brock, Margareta Klinger

Paperback | April 27, 1989

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The 17th volume of the "Advances in Neurosurgery" contains a selection of the scientific reports of the 39th annual meeting of the German Society for Neurosurgery, which was held in Cologne from May 8-11, 1988. The first section deals in particular with the long-term results of severe head injuries, as well as with problems of the acute traumatic hematomas and brain edema. The second section covers microsurgical experiences. Attention is focused on the anatomy and operative technique for lesions in and around the jugular foramen and the craniospinal transition. The third section describes the special new results of brain death determination. Beyond this, numerous contributions on clinical and research results were presented in a poster exhibition which was systematically studied in order to give younger neurosurgeons the opportunity for extensive discussion. The volume contains new information which will bring specialists up-to-date on the latest clinical and research developments in the field.
Title:Head Injuries: Prognosis Evoked Potentials Microsurgery Brain DeathFormat:PaperbackDimensions:383 pagesPublished:April 27, 1989Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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ISBN - 13:9783540505501

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The Development of Orbital Surgery from a Neuro surgeon 's Viewpoint.- Head Injuries - Long-Term Results - Prognosis.- Long-Term Outcome After Severe Head Injury in Children and Young Adults.- Outcome After Severe Head Injury with Midbrain Syndrome in the Acute Stage.- Comparison of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, X-Ray Computed Tomography, Electroencephalography, and Long-Term Outcome After Head Injury: A Prospective Reexamination of 55 Patients.- Longlasting Coma After Head Injury: Late Results.- Traumatic Intracranial Hemorrhages in Elderly People.- Outcome of Patients with an Acute Traumatic Sub- dural Hematoma.- Acute Subdural Hematoma - An Unsolved Neuro- surgical Problem.- Regeneration of Intellectual Functions Following Closed Brain Injury: Follow-up Study on a Pair of Twins Using the Co-twin as Control.- The Influence of Independent Parameters on the Evaluation of Patients with Craniocerebral Trauma and Their Occupational Reintegration.- Prognostic Parameters in Severe Head Injury: A Multivariate Analysis.- Prognostic Value of Factors Affecting Outcome After Severe Head Injury.- Organizational Model for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Skull and Brain Injuries at a Neuro- surgical Clinic with an Integrated Neororadio- logical Department.- Frequency and Prognosis of Traumatic Brain Edema.- ICP, nrCBF, and Contrast Scan for the Prognosis of Severe Head Injury.- Head Injuries - Evoked Potentials.- Value of Multimodality Evoked Potentials in the Diagnosis of Skull/Brain Injuries in Neuro- surgical Intensive Care Units.- Somatosensory Evoked Potentials: Diagnostic and Prognostic Value in Head Injuries.- Prognostic Significance of Somatosensory Evoked Potentials in Traumatic Brain Stem Lesions.- On the Prognosis of Severe Head Injury Using Multimodal Evoked Potentials.- Isolated Traumatic Lesions of Ventricular and Periventricular Regions and Cerebral Midline Structures: Outcome Prediction by CT Scan, Evoked Potentials, and ICP Monitoring.- The Prognostic Importance of Somatosensory Evoked Potentials, Computed Tomography, and Clinical Findings in Severe Head Trauma.- Microsurgery.- Anatomy in and on the Jugular Foramen.- Branchial Paragangliomas.- Surgery of the Jugular Foramen.- Microsurgical Approaches to the Cavernous Sinus.- A Combined Transsylvian-Subtemporal Approach for Management of Tumors Located in the Cavernous Sinus and in Meckel's Cave.- Microsurgical Resection of Tumors Involving the Cavernous Sinus: Possibilities and Limitations.- Anesthesia-Independent Facial Nerve Monitoring with Orthodromic Intra/Extracranial Neurography.- Clinical Subtyping of Trigeminal Neuralgia and Its Correlation to the Intraoperative Findings and Surgical Results Following Microvascular Decompression.- Neurovascular Compression as a Cause of Essential Hypertension: A Microanatomical Study.- Essential Hypertension in Patients with Hemi- facial Spasm or Trigeminal Neuralgia.- Neurosurgical Topography of the Pyramidal Tract.- Postoperative Mortality in the Era of Microneu- rosurgery.- Incidence, Management, and Outcome of Patients with Premature Rupture of Cerebral Aneurysms During Surgery.- Temporary Vessel Occlusion by Microvascular Clips.- Aneurysmal Location and Operative Timing.- Ventral Transvertebral Intradural Approach in Cervical and Thoracic Lesions.- Lateral Approach for Resection of Anterior Craniospinal Tumors-.- Brain Death.- Diagnosis of Brain Death.- Differentiated Diagnostic Measurements in Determining Brain Death in Clinical Practice.- Neurosurgical Diagnosis of Brain Death in the Peripheral Hospital Preceding Multiorgan Donation.- Experience with Determination of Brain Death and Organ Donation.- On Problems in the Determination of Brain Death.- Latency of Recovery and Electrical Silence of Auditory Evoked Potentials and the Electro- corticogram After Peracute Complete Brain Ischemia of 2-30 Minutes' Duration.- Methodological and Technical Problems in the Confirmation of Brain Death by Evoked Potentials.- Nasopharyngeal Recording of Subcortical Somatosensory Evoked Potentials in Brain Death.- Is the Loss of Evoked Potentials and Brain Stem Reflexes as Investigated Electrophysiologically Proof of Brain Death?.- Multimodality Evoked Potentials in the Diagnosis of Brain Death.- The Value of Motor Potentials Following Trans- cortical Stimulation in Diagnosing Brain Death - First Results.- Motor-Evoked Potentials and Transcranial Doppler Sonography During Development of Cerebral Circulatory Arrest.- Neuropathology of Brain Death in Relation to Continuously Measured Intracranial Pressure.- The Use of Transcranial Doppler Ultrasound Monitoring in the Determination of Brain Death.- Comparative Evaluation of Angiography and Transcranial Doppler Sonography in the Determination of Intracranial Circulatory Arrest.- Hemodynamics of Cerebral Circulatory Arrest: Correlation Between Perfusion Pressure and Blood Flow Velocity.- Comparison of Transcranial Doppler Sonography and Cerebral Angiography for the Diagnosis of Cerebral Circulatory Arrest.- Electrographic Changes in Brain-Dead Patients.- Brain Death in Fulminant Hepatic Failure.- Ethical and Legal Aspects of the Diagnosis of Cerebral Death in the GDR.- Brain Death Diagnosis in Anencephalics?.- New Research.- Monitoring of Hemodynamics in Subarachnoid Hemorrhage Using Transcranial Doppler and Laser Doppler.- Cerebral Blood Flow Measurements with 99mTc-HMPAO and 123I-Amphetamine (HIPDM) in Patients with Cerebral Tumors (1).- CSF Flow Visualization by Magnetic Resonance Imaging Techniques - Methods and Clinical Examples.- Intracranial Complications After Anticoagulant Therapy.