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  • Spinal Metastasis

    The patient underwent two-staged total removal of the cervicothoracic mass with posterior stabilization and subsequent radiotherapy.[] Spinal metastasis is an important manifestation of many tumors encountered in clinical practice.[] METHODS: Treatment planning for electrode positioning and electrical pulse parameters was prepared for 4 needle electrodes.[] Abstract Preoperative direct percutaneous embolization has been very rarely used in hypervascular metastatic spinal tumors to decrease blood loss during the surgery.[] The results show that the proposed approach correctly detects all the spinal metastatic lesions while producing only 0.40 FPs per case.[] Metastatic spinal tumors from malignant tumors can induce symptoms of spinal cord compression, such as paraplegia, quadriplegia, and vesicorectal disturbance, which are aggravated[] With regard to spinal cord radiation dose during SBRT, Spinal cord Pmax nBED was 46.2 Gy2/2 (retreatment) and 48.7 Gy2/2 (initial treatment).[] Instead of radical surgical excision, more conservative methods such as percutaneous or endoscopic bone biopsies may be more useful for pathological confirmation, even though[] Abstract Spine metastasis from cranial meningeal hemangiopericytomas are extremely rare, with five surgically verified cases.[]

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  • Arachnoid Cyst

    To our knowledge, twist technique of the communication stalk for removal of spinal extradural arachnoid cyst has not been reported.[] Thoracolumbar MRI revealed two spinal intradural cystic lesions at T5-6 and T11 levels, respectively.[] KEYWORDS: EEG electroencephalography; arachnoid cyst; epilepsy; fibrin sealant; grid; intracranial electrode; technique[] KEYWORDS: Arachnoid cyst; Meckel’s cave; Percutaneous aspiration; Trigeminal neuralgia; Trigeminal neuropathy[] All the endoscopic procedures were completed uneventfully (infratentorial approaches in four cases and supratentorial approaches in four cases), which included ventriculocystostomy[] We suggest that this case supports the extension hypothesis from the subarachnoid space through the choroidal fissure into the lateral ventricle.[] BACKGROUND CONTEXT: Split cord malformation (SCM) is a congenital disease that can be associated with other spinal anomalies.[] METHODS: Here, we report a 42-year-old female patient presenting with severe pain in the coccygeal area after spinal arachnoid cyst removal.[] OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to investigate the clinical and radiographical differences between thoracic idiopathic spinal cord herniation (ISCH) and spinal arachnoid[]

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  • Spinal Trauma

    Laminectomy is a procedure in which a small portion of the roof of the spinal bone is removed to relieve pressure on pinched nerve.[] When most people think of spinal trauma, spinal cord injury comes to mind.[] Electrodes worn on the scalp or implanted in the brain record electrical signals from neurons and translate them into control of a computer or prosthetic limb.[] In trauma this includes the use of percutaneous spinal fracture fixation and expandable corpectomy cages.[] […] acute) management, pharmacologic intervention, nonsurgical strategies including orthotic management, and a description of the benefits of an anterior-versus-posterior spinal approach[] It may result from direct injury to the cord itself or indirectly from disease of the surrounding bones, tissues, or blood vessels.[] A complete spinal cord injury is when the spinal cord is cut all the way through.[] […] biological imaging and incorporates radiology which uses the imaging technologies of X-ray radiography , magnetic resonance imaging , medical ultrasonography or ultrasound, endoscopy[] Fractures involving the thoracic level T6- 7 and up to the lumbar L4-5 level are accessible to treat utilizing this minimally invasive approach.[]

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  • Cervical Myelopathy

    The patient underwent surgical removal of the anomalous laminar cleft and the spinous process of the axis.[] Myelopathy occurs when the spinal cord is compressed. Spinal cord compression can cause neurologic symptoms—such as pain, numbness, or difficulty walking.[] A computed tomography scan with myelography revealed severe spinal cord compression around the epidural electrode. Surgical removal of the electrode was not effective.[] Spinal Cord Herniation Von Hippel Lindau go Treatments Browse Treatments a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z Aneurysm clipping Aneurism Anuerysm Angioplasty, Percutaneous[] METHODS: We searched electronic databases for relevant studies that compared the anterior approach with the posterior approach for MCM.[] We present a patient with cervical myelopathy from atlantal hypoplasia, retrodental pseudotumor, and torticollis.[] STUDY DESIGN: Clinical study of endoscopic surgery for calcification of the ligamentum flavum (CLF) in the cervical spine.[] CONCLUSIONS: We experienced two cases of cervical myelopathy resulting from the combination of OLF and OPLL in the cervical spine.[] Treatment was surgical removal of the invaginated laminae.[]

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  • Osteoid Osteoma

    A cherry-red elevated lesion typical of an osteoid osteoma nidus was completely removed arthroscopically using the anterolateral portal and the middle portal for subtalar[] It should be considered the treatment of choice for spinal osteoid osteomas refractory to conservative treatment, thus avoiding more aggressive spinal approaches with subsequent[] Radio-frequency electrodes have been successfully and safely used to ablate small areas of the central nervous system and to perform ablation elsewhere in the body.[] Osteoid osteoma: percutaneous resection with CT guidance. Radiology 1993 ; 188:541-547.[] A small safety and feasibility clinical trial by Yarmolenko et al found that this approach appeared to be both feasible and safe in children with painful osteoid osteoma.[] […] describe the initial presentations, subsequent follow-up, and imaging findings leading to the diagnosis of osteoid osteoma as well as to differentiate an osteoid osteoma from[] In the thoracic spine, conventional open surgical treatment usually carries relatively high surgical risks because of the close anatomic relationship to the spinal cord, nerve[] PURPOSE: The Authors illustrate the feasibility of an open biopsy and complete excision of Osteoid Osteoma involving the C2 vertebral body performed via endoscopic anterior[] Usually benign and harmless, osteomas are removed for pain or esthetic reasons.Piezoelectric surgery is also increasingly being used effectively in major and minor osseous[]

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  • Herniated Disc

    METHODS: Sequestrated discs removed surgically from 35 patients were examined histologically.[] In addition, anteroposterior (AP) lumbar spinal canal diameters of CES patients were measured at MRI.[] In this test, the nerves are stimulated with tiny electrical impulses by an electrode at one point on the body while other electrodes detect the impulses at a different point[] Therapeutic armamentarium for symptomatic intervertebral disc herniation includes conservative therapy, epidural infiltrations (interlaminar or trans-foraminal), percutaneous[] […] strategy for circumferentially decompressing the T10 -L1 spinal canal when impinged upon by single level hard thoracic herniated disc (HTHD) via a modified costotransversectomy approach[] The results are parallel to those obtained with the PLA2 purified from human synovial fluid.[] […] motor evoked potential (MEP) study with percutaneous magnetic stimulation over the motor cortices and an F-wave study in peripheral nerves were performed to measure spinal cord[] Percutaneous endoscopic discectomy under local anesthesia proved to be a better alternative to open back surgery as it made immediate intervention possible, was associated[] CONCLUSION: Higher concentrations of TNF-alpha were found in EF from patients with radiculopathy from HD compared with patients suffering from other type of back pain.[]

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  • Urinary Tract Infection

    To determine whether antibiotic prophylaxis at the time of removal of a urinary catheter reduces the risk of subsequent symptomatic urinary tract infection.: Systematic review[] ., full quadriplegia) and 52% have incomplete injuries (Consortium for Spinal Cord Medicine, 2006; National Spinal Cord Injury Statistical Center, 2008).[] Electrode, App-product, Comp-389271319, DC-prod-cdc03, ENV-prod-a, PROF-PROD, VER-29.0.16-rc-1, SHA-87c47d490833c3c6fdfafeb3d3491f69d8387139, CID-[] 15 Chryseobacterium indologenes and 4 Chryseobacterium gleum; identified by matrix-assisted laser desorption/ionisation-time of flight [MALDI-TOF]) obtained from urine or percutaneous[] Smith RD, Yago M, Millar M, Coast J (2006) A macroeconomic approach to evaluating policies to contain antimicrobial resistance: a case study of methicillin resistant Staphylococcus[] A total of 58 UPEC isolates from urine were characterized by serotyping and pulsed-field gel electrophoresis (PFGE).[] The 3‐way catheter thus enables simultaneous irrigation and drainage of the bladder, used for example following endoscopic bladder or prostatic resection ( Bishop 1992 ).[] Identification and characterisation of Staphylococcus aureus on low cost screen printed carbon electrodes using impedance spectroscopy .[] Abstract We report the case of a 58-year-old man presenting with chest pain who underwent percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI).[]

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  • Osteoma

    Frequently Asked Questions: Do I need general anesthesia for removal of a forehead bump?[] Since the lesions cause spinal canal stenosis, they can cause the spinal cord to be more easily damaged by minor injury.[] The electrode is connected to a radiofrequency generator. The electrode tip is heated up to 85-90 degrees Celsius for 6 minutes.[] MATERIALS AND METHODS: Ninety-two patients underwent percutaneous computed tomography-guided radiofrequency ablation for osteoid osteomas including 54 pediatric (mean age[] KEYWORDS: Anterior transpetrous approach; Coincidental intracranial tumors; Meningioma; Osteoma; Petrous bone; Surgical treatment[] The patient complied with this treatment until the age of 21 years, without finding some relief from the pain that afflicted her.[] METHODOLOGY: The osteoma was removed by an endoscopic endonasal approach with a curved diamond drill and an electromagnetic navigation system.[] CONCLUSIONS: Fluoroscopic CBCT guidance for percutaneous osteoid osteoma ablation yields similar technical and clinical success, reduced radiation dose, and increased total[] Thirty-eight patients were treated by computed tomography (CT)-guided percutaneous radiofrequency ablation.[]

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  • Spinal Cord Compression

    The aim of this report is to present the case of a cervical intradural arachnoid cyst surgically removed by an anterior approach with corporectomy.[] The first type of spinal cord compression, caused by a primary tumor of the spine, is termed malignant spinal cord compression and the latter is termed metastatic spinal cord[] Spinal cord stimulators can be placed either surgically by creating a laminectomy defect for paddle leads or percutaneously by inserting electrodes.[] RESULTS Eight patients were treated with thermal ablation and percutaneous spinal stabilization.[] Low accrual is a known problem for trials evaluating new approaches in radiotherapy.[] This study focused on metastatic spinal cord compression (MSCC) from adrenocortical carcinoma.[] During the procedure, the thoracic endoscopy provided clear vision of the surgical field with a good light source.[] The function of a nerve may be recorded with an electrode placed over the skin or with a needle that is inserted into the nerve or sensory center of the brain.[] However, a sufficient reduction of kyphotic deformity through this approach has not been reported.[]

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  • Meningioma

    Total removal (Simpson grade I-II) was obtained in 46.4% of cases and subtotal removal (Simpson grade III-IV) in 53.6%.[] BACKGROUND: To control bleeding during spinal meningioma surgery, early resection of the dural attachment is important.[] Lega brings to the program his expertise in stereo EEG, a procedure in which a surgical robot assists in the precise placement of electrodes within the brain so that a seizure[] We present the case of a dyslipidemic male patient, previously diagnosed with coronary artery disease for which he previously underwent percutaneous coronary intervention[] KEYWORDS: meningioma; microsurgery; petrosal approach; skull base surgery[] Our scientists are dedicated to building a foundation for future advancements in the treatment of brain and spinal cord tumors.[] KEYWORDS: endoscopic; meningioma; neuroendoscopy; transsphenoidal; transtuberculum[] Klever The lung metastasis of an intracranial meningioma: Diagnostic confirmation by CT guided percutaneous biopsy [13.] S.D. Flynn, S.A.[] This approach provided an unobstructed lateral view toward the spinal cord.[]

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