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Asian Journal of Neurosurgery

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https://read.qxmd.com/read/30459924/unfolding-the-truth-the-way-towards-painfree-spine-surgery
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Salman Sharif, Afifa Afsar
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October 2018: Asian Journal of Neurosurgery
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30459923/-ipsa-scientia-potestas-est-regional-epidemiological-studies-lead-to-regional-strategies-for-stroke-prevention
#2
Pouria Moshayedi
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October 2018: Asian Journal of Neurosurgery
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30459922/a-giant-tumefactive-perivascular-space-a-rare-cause-of-obstructive-hydrocephalus-and-monoparesis
#3
Peter Yat-Ming Woo, Eric Cheung, James Ting-Fong Zhuang, Hoi-Tung Wong, Kwong-Yau Chan
Cerebral perivascular spaces (PVSs), otherwise known as Virchow-Robin spaces, are interstitial fluid-filled channels, <2 mm in diameter that form around arterial perforators as they course from the cortex into the brain parenchyma. In contrast, a giant tumefactive PVS is a rare entity comprising of clusters of such channels larger than 15mm resembling a neoplastic process as the name suggests. We report a 55-year-old male who presented with unsteady gait, cognitive decline, and left lower limb weakness for 6 months...
October 2018: Asian Journal of Neurosurgery
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30459921/retrobulbar-lymphangioma-a-rare-case-report
#4
Anil Kumar, Lokesh Nehete, Jitender Chaturvedi, Nighat Hussain
We report a case of biopsy-proven retrobulbar lymphangioma in a 14-year-old girl. She presented with chief complaints of swelling in the left eye for 2 months. The patient underwent imaging evaluation and it was diagnosed as cavernous hemangioma, radiologically. However, later on, the patient underwent surgery, and the specimen was sent for histopathology which revealed it to be a lymphangioma.
October 2018: Asian Journal of Neurosurgery
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30459920/surgical-management-of-intracranial-giant-epidermoid-cysts-in-adult-a-case-based-update
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Antonella Mangraviti, Edoardo Mazzucchi, Alessandro Izzo, Cosimo Sturdà, Alessio Albanese, Enrico Marchese, Alessandro Olivi, Alfredo Puca, Carmelo Lucio Sturiale
Epidermoid cysts (ECs) are benign and slow-growing lesions that account for about 0.2%-2% of all intracranial tumors. Symptoms appear slowly and tumors may have already grown to giant proportions when patients receive their first diagnosis. The optimal treatment for ECs is surgical removal, which includes the total resection of the entire capsule of the lesion in order to minimize the risk of malignant transformation associated with partial removal. However, considering the giant size that the ECs can reach at the time of the diagnosis, and their adherence to the surrounding structures, the risks and benefits of total versus subtotal resections in the short- and long-term patients' outcome are still under debate...
October 2018: Asian Journal of Neurosurgery
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30459919/isolated-intraventricular-rosai-dorfman-disease
#6
Pranav Pramod Patwardhan, Naina Atul Goel
Rosai-Dorfman disease (RDD) is a benign histioproliferative disorder characterized by generalized lymphadenopathy, weakness, anemia, and rarely extranodal involvement. The disease affects the central nervous system (CNS) very rarely and at a relatively older age. Isolated intracranial involvement is very rare. RDD tends to present as dural masses mimicking meningioma, though very rare case reports describe isolated parenchymal involvement in the CNS. Only one case of intraventricular RDD has been described so far to the best of our knowledge...
October 2018: Asian Journal of Neurosurgery
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30459918/intramedullary-spinal-cord-lipoma-mimicking-a-late-subacute-hematoma
#7
Ivan Pasalic, Klara Brgic, Jakob Nemir, Danijela Kolenc, Niko Njiric, Goran Mrak
Spinal cord lipomas are rare and benign tumors which may cause progressive neurological deficits due to their local expansion. We present the case of a 59-year-old male patient with severe lumbosacral pain and slowly progressive paresis of the right leg, misdiagnosed with degenerative spine disease. Repeated magnetic resonance (MR) T1-weighted images of the thoracic spine suggested a subacute intramedullary hematoma. Due to progression of the neurological deficit, the patient was referred to a neurosurgeon, who indicated surgical evacuation of the hematoma...
October 2018: Asian Journal of Neurosurgery
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30459917/two-level-spontaneous-pedicle-fracture-above-a-degenerative-spondylolisthesis-and-minimally-invasive-treatment
#8
Daniel Carr, Richard Floyd Cook, Matthew Bahoura, Doris Tong, Teck Soo
This is a case report and literature review. The objectives of the study are to describe minimally invasive treatment of pedicle fractures, to show contralateral pedicle changes with pedicle fracture treatment, and to review literature on incidence and mechanism of neural arch fractures. After conservative therapy, there are several options for the treatment of pedicle fractures including pediculoplasty, osteosynthesis, or fusion. As patients' age increases, the incidence of pedicle fracture may rise and minimally invasive pedicle screw treatment represents a good motion-preserving option to stabilize without fusion...
October 2018: Asian Journal of Neurosurgery
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30459916/venous-infarct-after-sacrifice-of-single-cortical-vein-during-deep-brain-stimulation-surgery
#9
Edvin Zekaj, Christian Saleh, Andrea Ciuffi, Andrea Franzini, Domenico Servello
Intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) is the most feared and dreadful complication related to deep-brain stimulation (DBS). Bleeding may originate from arterial or venous damage. Commonly, hemorrhage is detected by postoperative imaging performed to assess lead positioning in asymptomatic patients. Rarely, hemorrhage leads to stroke, coma, or even death. We present the case of a patient who suffered a severe ICH of venous origins after bilateral DBS. Deep-brain hemorrhages are the most difficult to be predicted and to be prevented because they are caused by small vessels...
October 2018: Asian Journal of Neurosurgery
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30459915/secondary-arachnoid-cyst-a-late-complication-of-craniotomy-a-case-report-and-review-of-literature
#10
Mostafa Osman, Ahmed Diraz
Arachnoid cyst can be defined as cerebral-spinal fluid entrapment within the central nervous system. It may occur primarily as a congenital malformation or secondary as a complication following trauma, infection, bleeding, or surgical manipulation. Congenital arachnoid cyst usually asymptomatic and cause no pressure symptoms. No treatment is needed unless size increase and cause pressure symptoms and increased intracranial pressure. We report a case presented to the hospital with neurological signs of increased intracranial pressure, 3 years Post aborted craniotomy for meningioma resection...
October 2018: Asian Journal of Neurosurgery
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30459914/sporadic-cisternal-oculomotor-nerve-schwannoma-a-rare-case-with-review-of-literature
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Raghavendra Marutirao, Suyash Singh, Kamlesh Singh Bhasiora, Satyadeo Pandey, Jayesh Sardhara, Kuntal Kanti Das, Arun Kumar Srivastava, Sushila Jaiswal, Sanjay Behari
Cranial nerve schwannomas usually arise from sensory nerve and the occurrence of schwannoma in a motor nerve is rare, especially in sporadic cases. Oculomotor nerve schwannomas (ONS) are rare and they are unique as they arise from motor nerve. ONS palsy may or may not be the presenting feature of oculomotor schwannoma. We present the case of a young male with ONS, presenting with oculomotor nerve palsy along with features of raised intracranial pressure. Oculomotor schwannoma is described in literature only as case reports, and oculomotor nerve is also a rare site for schwannoma as being a motor nerve...
October 2018: Asian Journal of Neurosurgery
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30459913/pituitary-apoplexy-producing-internal-carotid-and-basilar-artery-compression-a-rare-case-report
#12
Pramod Vaijnath Nagure, Vasudha Ravindra Nikam, Amit Sambhaji Garud
Pituitary apoplexy is a rare disease followed by ischemic or hemorrhagic process within the pituitary adenoma. Here, we report two cases of pituitary apoplexy with a history of sudden onset of headache, vomiting, and diminished vision. Our aim is to share our experience and discuss these cases as follows: the first one to know the compression of basilar artery along with the compression of basilar part of pons and in both the cases with compression of an internal carotid artery leading to cerebral infarcts.
October 2018: Asian Journal of Neurosurgery
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30459912/airway-management-in-case-of-diffuse-idiopathic-skeletal-hyperostosis
#13
Kundan Gosavi, Paulomi Dey, Sachin Swami
Diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis (DISH) is associated with abnormal ossification of spinal and extraspinal appendages. Incidence of DISH is high in old age with predilection for males. Cervical hyperostosis can make intubation difficult in multiple ways. Here, we report a case of DISH bridging the cervical spine from C2 to C7 vertebrae managed using awake fiberoptic technique and a small-sized endotracheal tube.
October 2018: Asian Journal of Neurosurgery
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30459911/diprosopus-a-rare-craniofacial-malformation
#14
Mrinal Bhuyan, Inamul Haque
Diprosopus is an extremely rare form of craniofacial malformation seen in newborns where there is duplication of face which may be partial or complete. The baby usually has a single trunk and normal limbs. We report a case of diprosopus admitted in our institute and analyze the anomalies and clinical problems and outcome of the case.
October 2018: Asian Journal of Neurosurgery
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30459910/an-unusual-cause-of-posterior-reversible-encephalopathy-syndrome
#15
Biplab Das, Gaurav Goel, Anshu Mahajan, Atma Ram Bansal, Harsh Sapra, Ajaya Nanda Jha
Posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome (PRES) is a clinical radiographic diagnosis of heterogeneous etiologies. The pathogenesis of PRES remains unclear, but may be related to impaired cerebral autoregulation and endothelial dysfunction. We present a case of intravascular nonionic contrast-induced PRES observed after cerebral angiography. The index patient was a follow-up case of large vertebrobasilar artery-dissecting aneurysm for which endovascular coiling was done 6 months back. She improved completely within a week...
October 2018: Asian Journal of Neurosurgery
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30459909/is-transposition-of-deep-brain-stimulation-device-a-solution-in-patients-with-recurrent-skin-erosions
#16
Domenico Servello, Christian Saleh, Edvin Zekaj
Skin erosion and infection are common but serious problems in deep brain stimulation (DBS). They can lead to the removal of the entire DBS device and consequently stop the entire treatment. Of critical importance, therefore, is to find surgical solutions that allow to leave the complex DBS device in place when medical treatment fails in repeated skin complications, to allow continuing treatment in otherwise pharmacological refractory patients. We present a patient with repeated retro-auricular skin erosions, who failed to respond to surgical revisions and antibiotic treatment...
October 2018: Asian Journal of Neurosurgery
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30459908/posterior-fossa-arteriovenous-malformation-with-multiple-pedicle-aneurysms-and-recruitment-of-meningeal-supply
#17
Senshu Nonaka, Hidenori Oishi, Satoshi Tsutsumi, Hisato Ishii
Cerebral aneurysms arising on the peripheral posterior inferior cerebellar artery (PICA) are rare. Here, we present a unique case of arteriovenous malformation (AVM) with pedicle aneurysms arising on the peripheral PICA and recruited by meningeal supply. A 67-year-old woman presented with subarachnoid hemorrhage. Cerebral angiography revealed two saccular aneurysms on the peripheral PICA, which formed an abnormal arteriovenous shunt adjacent to the transverse sinus. The shunt was also fed by the ipsilateral superior cerebellar and contralateral posterior meningeal arteries...
October 2018: Asian Journal of Neurosurgery
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30459907/spinal-epidural-abscess-presenting-as-an-acute-abdomen-in-a-child-a-case-report-and-review-of-the-literature
#18
Fakhr Fakhouri, Ahmad Ghazal, Hasnaa Alnaeb, Rasha Hezan, Joudi Araj
Abdominal presentations in patients with spinal-epidural abscess (SEA) are not uncommon. However, it needs to be continually emphasized that the atypical presentations of these diseases could delay the timely diagnosis and consequently prompt management, which threatens spinal cord, leading to potential to paralysis or even death. We report a case of a young girl who presented with abdominal pain and fever. The diagnosis of SEA was unfortunately so delayed that the patient did not show any functional recovery postoperatively...
October 2018: Asian Journal of Neurosurgery
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30459906/coil-embolisation-of-post-traumatic-giant-supraclinoid-pseudoaneurysm-presenting-as-carotid-cavernous-fistula
#19
Dange Nitin Narayan, Singh Vikas Jayprakash, Dhar Arjun, Gupta Achal
This report documents the occurrence, diagnosis and treatment of a 29 year-old male patient who presented with progressive swelling of the left eye with associated progressive loss of vision, three months after sustaining a closed head injury in a road traffic accident. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showed a large, ill-defined lesion in the left supraclinoid and paraclinoid region with variable contrast enhancement. A four vessel Digital Subtraction Angiography (DSA) showed a large, supra-clinoid pseudoaneurysm which had ruptured inferiorly into the roof of cavernous sinus, forming direct carotid cavernous fistula (CCF) which lead to dilatation of the superior ophthalmic vein and subsequent peri-orbital oedema and chemosis of conjunctiva...
October 2018: Asian Journal of Neurosurgery
https://read.qxmd.com/read/30459905/congenital-hydrocephalus-corpus-callosum-agenesis-and-prosencephalic-cyst-with-supernumerary-nostril-a-neurocristopathy
#20
Rahul Gupta, Dinesh Kumar Barolia, Manisha Goyal
A 3-month-old-male infant presented with enlargement of head since birth. Clinical and radiological evaluation revealed congenital hydrocephalus, corpus callosum agenesis, prosencephalic cyst, and cranial vault deficiency with supernumerary nostril on the left side. Right ventriculoperitoneal shunt (Chhabra shunt) surgery was performed. The patient did well postoperatively. Parents of the patient have been counseled for repair of supernumerary nostril. Congenital hydrocephalus with corpus callosum agenesis is rare...
October 2018: Asian Journal of Neurosurgery
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