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Hi! Welcome to my blog! I will blog about neurosurgical conferences I attend, about new interesting neurosurgical papers and news about NEUROSURGIC. /Thomas Thomas S

Video clips about Ventriculocisternostomy

When discussing ventriculocisternostomy with our neurosurgery residents we used the following video clips. From fornix00:

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Video clips about the pterional approach

When discussing the pterional approach with our neurosurgery residents we used the following video clips. From Miami Neurosurgery Onine Curriculum:

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Videos of Surgical Approaches to the Cerebellopontine Angle

Neurosurgical Focus: Special Supplements 36:1 2014 was dedicated to Surgical Approaches to the Cerebellopontine Angle. Free access to this great collection of papers can be found here: http://thejns.o ...

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Videos of Intraventricular Lesions

Neurosurgical Focus: Special Supplements 34:1 2013 was dedicated to Intraventricular Lesions: Microscopic and Endoscopic Approaches. Free access to this great collection of papers can be found here: h ...

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How to handle an infected shunt?

We are trying to figure out the best way to handle patients with an infected shunt and are curious how you do. What do you think about this case: In a patient with a shunt-dependent hydrocephalus the ...

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The Rules of the Game

In the first chapter of Frank Vertosicks book “When the Air Hits Your Brain” an older colleague tells him the following rules of neurosurgery during his first day as a resident: 1. You ain ...

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Links to free neurosurgical books

On the website neurocirurgiabr.com by a colleague from Brazil we found some links to free neurosurgical books:

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Management of Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage

In Stroke 2010;41:2108-2129 Morgenstern et al. present recommendations for the diagnosis and treatment of spontaneous intracerebral hemorrghage. The paper can be found here. I have tried to extract re ...

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11th Workshop Endoscopic transphenoidal surgery, March, 2010

In this blog entry I will describe my impressions for a course I attended March 8-9: 11th Workshop Endoscopic transphenoidal surgery: from pituitary to skull base.

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Are neurosurgeons unhappy?

I found this very interesting paper by Leigh et al in a blog entry on neurosurvival.com. Leigh et al have measured satisfaction and dissatisfaction with career in forty-two specialties. The data is ba ...

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