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NEUROSURGIC Blog and News channel

NEUROSURGIC Blog and News channel is a collection of blog entries about various neurosurgical matters, submitted by community members, and News updates, submitted by company members. Click on an authors name, either in some blog entry or in the Bloggers module to the right, to go to that members blog. Click on the profile image in a blog entry to go to the authorĀ“s member page. Read about blogs and blogging in the About NEUROSURGIC. Please observe that it is not allowed to submit information disclosing patient-identification.

CP angle neuroenteric cyst

Acoustic tumours, Meningiomas, Epidermoids,Trigeminal Schwanomas, Medulloblastoma, Arachnoid cyst, Cysticercus cysts, Hydatid cyst, Bony tumours arising from petrous bone, Secondaries are the common t ...

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I urge you to read about the glymphatic system!

The glymphatic system is thought to be the sewage plumbing of the brain, this have years described but recently has showed importance , since it explains somehow the beta amyloid protein (Parkinson's) ...

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When is the proper moment to operate a lumbar spinal stenosis?

There are many low back pain patients, according to the scientific american in one of its articles, developing countries are on the rise for this disease in particular. It is well known that this path ...

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Isolated 3rd and 4th hemoventricule related to MVA

A young 17 year-old female was brought to ER after trauma, she was unconscious, GCS: E1 V1 M5 8/15, pupils PERRL, no ENT bleeding, no vomiting nor fits. Moving all limbs actively. Breathing spontaneou ...

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Gray subjects in Neurosurgery

A gray subject is when whether doing or not doing there is no statistical difference but for me this is a wider topic than leads to conflicts or dilemmas most of the times, like to be or not to be tha ...

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Quick draw: to immediately drain a traumatic extraxial brain hematoma!

A RTA (UK) or MVA (US) brain injury (TBI) , is a known disease that surpasses many according to the country, in my country many are brain hematomas and in another countries are spinal cord injury the ...

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When you don't have an ICP monitor on an acute SDH evacuation what to do?

Critical patients develop huge oedema after craniectomy from aSDH, there is the stepwise treatment explained by the AANS, but when you don't count with much of these steps, what to do! You need to kno ...

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Spinal cord injury: neurosurgical rewiring restores locomotor functions

Spinal cord injury: neurosurgical rewiring restores locomotor functions

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