Intracerebral Hemorrhage Hydrocephalus malresorptivus Peripheral Nerves by Rüdiger LorenzIntracerebral Hemorrhage Hydrocephalus malresorptivus Peripheral Nerves by Rüdiger Lorenz

Intracerebral Hemorrhage Hydrocephalus malresorptivus Peripheral Nerves

EditorRüdiger Lorenz, Margareta Klinger, Mario Brock

Paperback | April 29, 1993

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Advances in Neurosurgery presents the experience and research results of modern neurosurgeons confronted with urgent diagnostic and therapeutic problems. The first topic here is spontaneous intracerebral hematomas, whose localization determines the form of treatment and usually its outcome. Newer therapeutic approaches such as stereotactic removal, endoscopy and fibrinolysis supplement the results of standard operative methods. Secondly, the hydrocephalus malresorptivus is covered, presenting experience with the diagnostic value of intrathecal infusion tests, CT-cisternography, evoked potentials, and MRI CSF-flow studies, as well as aspects of neurosurgical intensive care such as barbiturate treatment, respiratory problems in head injury patients, auto-regulation mechanisms, and hospital infection. The last section is devoted to peripheral nerve surgery, reports on experience with microsurgery and various forms of anastomosis in both traumatic and tumorous nerve lesions.
Title:Intracerebral Hemorrhage Hydrocephalus malresorptivus Peripheral NervesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:341 pagesPublished:April 29, 1993Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3540563040

ISBN - 13:9783540563044


Table of Contents

Intracerebrai Hemorrhage.- Spontaneous Intracerebral Hematomas: Clinical Appraisal of Surgical and Conservative Treatment.- Prognostic Factors and Surgical Indications in Spontaneous Lobar and Putaminal Hematomas.- Assessment of Prognosis and Indication for Surgery on the Basis of Cluster Analysis in Intracerebral Hematomas.- Intracerebral Hemorrhage. A Clinical Presentation of Durai Arteriovenous Fistulas of the Anterior Cranial Fossa: Diagnosis and Microneurosurgical Treatment.- Monitoring of Jugular Venous Oxygen Saturation in Patients with Intracerebral Hematomas.- Lysis of Intraventricular and Intracerebral Hematomas with Tissue Plasminogen Activator.- Prognostic Value of Initial Median Nerve Somatosensory and Brain Stem Auditory Evoked Potentials in Patients with Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage.- Computed Tomographic-Stereotactic Evacuation and Fibrinolysis of Spontaneous Intracerebral Hematomas.- Spontaneous Intercerebral Hermorrhages in Childhood.- Therapy and Prognosis in Spontaneous Cerebellar Hematomas.- Spontaneous Cerebellar Hermorrhage: Acute Management and Prognosis.- Cerebellar Hematomas: Prognosis and Risk of Upward Transtentorial Herniation.- Posterior Fossa Haematomas Secondary to Occult Angiomatous Malformation (Cavernomas).- Brainstem Hematomas Caused by Vascular Malformations: Results of Microsurgical Therapy.- Spontaneous Intracerebral Hematomas: Considerations in Atypical Presentations.- Morbidity and Mortality of Patients with Spontaneous Intracerebral Hematomas.- Stereotactic Evacuation and Local Fibrinolysis of Spontaneous Intracerebral Hematomas.- Hydrocephalus malresorptivus.- The Solved and Unsolved Problems of Hydrocephalus Valves: A Critical Comment.- External Ventricular Drainage for Treatment of Acute Hydrocephalus After Subarachnoid Hemorrhage.- Complications and Clinical Course After Shuting of Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus.- Intrathecal Infusion Test: An Investigative Method to Treat Malresorptive Hydrocephalus by Shunt Operation.- Long-Term Follow-up and Computed Tomography Cisternography in the Evaluation of Normal-Pressure Hydrocephalus.- Narrow Sulci at the Medial Brain Surface: A Feature of Normal-Pressure Hydrocephalus in Computerized Tomography?.- Aqueductal Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow Phenomena on Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Comparision with Intracranial Pressure and Cerebrospinal Fluid Dynamics.- Clinical Experience with a New Flow-Regulating Hydrocephalus Shunt System.- Management of Hydrocephalus in Craniosynostosis.- Intensive Care.- Effect of Head Elevation on Intracranial Pressure, Cerebral Perfusion Pressure, and Cerebrovenous Oxygen Saturation.- Interhemispheric Gradients in Head-Injured Patients: Their Evidence in Epidural Intracranial Pressure Measurement.- Improved Outcome from Traumatic Coma Using Only Ventricular Cerebrospinal Fluid Drainage for Intracranial Pressure Control.- Barbiturate Coma in Patients with Severe Head Injuries: Long-Term Outcome in 79 Patients.- Pre-hospital Airway Care and Control of Ventilation in Patients with Head Injuries: A Retrospective Analysis in 1623 Head Trauma.- Influence of Volume- and Pressure-Controlled Ventilation on the Intracranial Pressure with Continuous Propofol Sedation in Neurosurgical Patients.- The Influence of Nosocomial Pneumonia on Outcome of Severely Head-Injured Patients.- Peripheral Nerves.- Treatment of Peripheral Nerve Lesions.- What Is Special About Traumatic Brachial Plexus Lesions?.- Findings and Results of 80 Surgical Revisions for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.- Radial Nerve Lesions Associated with Fractures of the Humerus or Radius: Results of Surgical Treatment.- Treatment Results of Anterior Submuscular Transposition and Medial Epicondylectomy for Ulnar Nerve Entrapment at the Elbow.- Ulnar Nerve Lesion During Lumbar Disc Operation.- Traumatic Lesions of the Lumbosacral Plexus: Microsurgical Treatment.- Autologous Transplantation in Injury of Cauda Fibers: Results of a Reconstruction of Transected L5 Filaments in a Luxation Fracture L4/5.- Factors To Be Considered in Nerve Anastomosis with Fibrin Adhesive.- Alternatives to Autologous Nerve Grafting.- Motor Unit Reorganization After End-to-End-Repair of an Experimentally Injured Peripheral Nerve.- Differential Localization of the Nerve Growth Factor Receptor in Tumors of the Peripheral Nervous System.- The Ansa Cervicalis Hypoglossal-Facial Anastomosis for Indirect Facial Nerve Reconstruction.- Lesions of the Accessory Nerve in Its Extracranial Course.- Results of Surgical Treatment of Meralgia Paresthetica.- Serum Neuron-Specific Enolase in Ischemic Brain Damage.- Preliminary Experience with Three-Dimensional Magnetic Resonance Angiography in the Identification of Intracranial Aneurysms.- Transarticular C1-C2 Screw Fixation Combined with Fusion of the Craniocervieal Junction in Arthritic Patients.- Strategy of Endovascular Treatment of Mixed Plexiform and Fistulous Intracranial Ateriovenous Malformations.- Proliferation Rate in Meningiomas: Validity of Ki-67 and Proliferation-Associated Nuclear Antigen Labeling Indices.- Winning Poster and Lecture Presentations.- Effect of the 21-Aminosteroid U-74389F on Brain Edema Following a Cryogenic Lesion in Rats.- Juxtamedullary Tumors of the Ventral Thoracic or Upper Lumbar Spine: A Posterolateral, Extracavital Operative Approach.- Activity of Ornithine Decarboxylase and Ki-67 Index in Meningiomas.- Comparative Study of Monocyte-Mediated Cytotoxicity and Biological Response Modifier-Mediated Cytotoxicity Against Malignant Human Brain Tumor Cells In Vitro.