By B. L. Bauer (auth.), Prof. Dr. Bernhard L. Bauer, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Mario Brock, Prof. Dr. Margareta Klinger (eds.)
Advances in Neurosurgery 22 is dedicated to 3 major subject matters, the 1st one being Cerebellar Infarcts. Following the creation with the microsurgical anatomy and the neuropathology of cerebellar infarction, the indication for operative therapy and its effects are then mentioned. The neuroradiological therapy with neighborhood and antifibrinolytic treatment for vertebrobasilar occlusion completes this part. The administration and surgical methods to some of the varieties of midline lesions are then offered. distinctive curiosity is focused on minimum invasive endoscopic neurosurgery (MIEN), (intraventricular tumors, optic pathway gliomas, endoscopic brainstem tumors and vascular malformations). in addition the designated gear and fields of symptoms are greatly mentioned.
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In terms of long-term outcome there was no significant difference between preoperatively comatose and noncomatose patients. , slight or no disability at the time of the follow-up. Due to the small number of patients the statistical analysis of the results showed no significant difference between outcome and age, the method or extent of operation, or the intraoperative findings. Discussion The operative management of space-occupying cerebellar infarctions remains a matter of debate. Several authors reject surgical treatment with primary use of suboccipital craniectomy and recommend a graduated management with antiedemic medical treatment and single use of temporary ventricular drainage for relief of secondary occlusive hydrocephalus [8, 12, 13, 17].
Cerebellar Infarct. Midline Tumors. Minimally Invasive Endoscopic Neurosurgery (MIEN) by B. L. Bauer (auth.), Prof. Dr. Bernhard L. Bauer, Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Mario Brock, Prof. Dr. Margareta Klinger (eds.)