Developments in Neuroscience: Proceedings of the 3rd International Mt. Bandai Symposium for Neuroscience and the 4th Pan-Pacific Neurosurgery Congress, Hawaii, 22 and 28 February 2003, ICS 1259

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New developments, plus rapid technological innovations have dramatically altered the scope of modern neuroscience. The distinguished authors provide detailed descriptions of clinical and basic neuroscience issues and offer the most innovative new techniques, procedures and approaches as performed in hundreds of clinical cases. The book provides easy-to-follow advice from the clinical and basic neuroscience consultant in neurosurgery, neurology, neuroradiology, and neuropathology, an ideal reference for practicing...

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Overview

New developments, plus rapid technological innovations have dramatically altered the scope of modern neuroscience. The distinguished authors provide detailed descriptions of clinical and basic neuroscience issues and offer the most innovative new techniques, procedures and approaches as performed in hundreds of clinical cases. The book provides easy-to-follow advice from the clinical and basic neuroscience consultant in neurosurgery, neurology, neuroradiology, and neuropathology, an ideal reference for practicing neurosurgeons, neurologists, and residents-in-training. You will find coverage of aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations, brain tumors, and so on, derived from a wide range of etiologies as for neuroscience issues. Refinements in the neurosurgical armamentarium continue to push the borders of neurosurgery forward. Lesions considered inoperable a decade ago can now be resected, especially in the region close to the eloquent area and of skull base.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780444514882
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 2/24/2004
  • Series: International Congress Series, #1259
  • Pages: 512
  • Product dimensions: 6.60 (w) x 9.66 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface.

Introduction.

Anatomy.

The surgical anatomy of the anomalous posterior communicating artery (E. Avci, M.K. Baskaya).

Brain tumors.

Pathology.

Study of methylation status of p14/ARF gene in benign, atypical and anaplastic meningiomas by methylation specific PCR (V.J. Amatya, Y. Takeshima, K. Inaim). Automatic quantification of the MIB-1 immunoreactivity in brain tumors (G. Tanaka, Y. Nakazato). Cytologic features of reactive brain tissue in brain biopsies (T. Namiki, P. Bryant-Greenwood).

Neuroepithelial tumors.

Report on the first patient group of the phase 1 BNCT trial at the LVR-15 reactor (J. Burian et al.). Fiber-optic spectroscopic detection of neoplasm by intraoperative fluorescence labeling (Y. Kajimoto, S. Miyatake, T. Kuroiwa). Experience of modified boron neutron capture therapy to a glioblastoma patient (T. Kuroiwa et al.). Malignant brain tumors - effect of repeated resection and adjuvant treatment (T. Ianssen et al.).

Parasellar lesion and skull base.

Resection of recurrent parasagittal meningiomas with complete obstructed superior sagittal sinus (W. Y. Huo et al.). Sphenoid wing meningiomas - neurosurgical recommendations (I.N.I. Kanaan). Microsurgery with 26 cases of tuberculum sellae meningiomas (V. van Nho, N. Phong). Microsurgery of tuberculum sellae meningiomas (P. Spangenberg et al.). Minimally invasive surgery - Large vestibular schwannomas and auditory brainstem implant (E. Zverina et al.). Skull base surgery for glomus tumors (B.M. McGrew, C.G. Jackson). Trauma-induced hearing loss due to apoptic auditory neuronal death in cerebellopontine angle manipulations: an experimental study (T. Sekiya et al.).

Pituitary and hypothalamic lesion.

Surgical management of giant pituitary adenomas (Goel, D. Muzumdar). Surgical experiences of consecutive 45 craniopharyngiomas (T. Hori, T. Kawamata, O. Kubo). Intra-third ventricular craniopharyngiomas: imaging characteristics, histopathology and succesful trans-lamina terminals approach (T. Sohma et al.). Role of bifrontal basal interhemispheric approach in recurrent suprasellar tumors; craniopharyngioma and pituitary tumors (J.-K. Kang et al.). Lymphocytic hypophysitis: long time follow-up of clinical and MR findings (M. Sumida et al.).

Others.

Intravascular malignant lymphomatosis: report of two biopsy cases (W. Yin et al.). Dynamic MRI using a field echo for brain tumors (M. Oinuma et al.). Management of brain tumor in Nepal (B. Pant, P. Shrestha).

Cerebrovascular disease.

Aneurysm.
Cisternal washing therapy in the patients with subarachnoid hemorrhage of high grades (T. Nakagomi et al.). Surgical experiences of intracranial aneurysms (2,500 cases) (J.-H. Sim). Surgical outcomes in elderly patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage (M. Sugita et al.). Causes and evaluation of postoperative deterioration due to surgical procedure in patients with ruptured cerebral aneurysms (K. Hashizume, H. Nukui). Interhemispheric approach for anterior communicating artery aneurysm and perforating artery injury (N. Yasui et al.). Our surgical tactics for cerebral aneurysms, especially modified pterional approach and transcondylar and fossa approach (T. Eguchi). Vascular reconstruction for cerebral aneurysms in the anterior circulation (R. Tanikawa et al.). Neuroendovascular therapy combined with neurosurgery for large and giant intracranial carotid artery aneurysm presenting mass effect (M. Ezura et al.). The surgery of ruptured and unrupured cerebral aneurysms using three-dimensional CT angiography without conventional catheter angiography (M. Matsumoto et al.). The usefulness of 3D angiography in treatment of cerebral aneurysms (M. Murakami et al.). The usefulness of three-dimensional (3D) MRA in after GDC emobilization for cerebral aneurysms (S. Susumu et al.).

Vascular malformation.

Ultrastructural study of the microvasculature in the cerebral bed adjacent to arteriovenous malformation (AVM) nidus: a proof against endovascular embolization (W. Attia et al.). Clinical characteristics and surgical results of 2086 patients with cerebral arteriovenous malformation (Z. Jizong, W. Shuo, L. Jingsheng). Microsurgical treatment of brainstem cavernous angiomas (H. Bertalanffy et al.). Middle cerebellar pedunclotomy approach as a safer entry for mid-pontine cavernomas (K. Hashi).

Intracerebral hematoma.

Role of surgery in the management of primary spontaneous intracerebral haemorrhage in adult patients (A.M. Barkatullah, E. Mahmood, R. Ahmad). Endoscopic treatment of intracerebral henorrhage with massive ventricular hemorrhage (T. Nisikawa et al.). Endoscopic evacuation of intraventricular hematoma and third ventriculostomy (K. Anzai et al.). Neuroendoscopic surgery for intracerebral hematomas using a transparant sheath - Technique and results of putaminal, thalamic and lobar hemorrhages (D. Suyama et al.).

Ischemia and others.

Synthetic patch angioplasty proves useful in carotid endarterectomy (K. Nishitani et al.). Indications for and perioperative management of emergency carotid endarterectomy - report on six cases - (S. Ueda et al.). Immediate recurrence of a carotid plaque following carotid endarterectomy (T. Yoshimoto et al.). EC-IC bypass in the management of cerebral hemodynamic ischemia (M. Sames, P. Vacheta, R. Bartos). Pitfalls in cerebral revascularization surgery (K. Houkin). Effect of age on local intra-arterial thrombolysis for acute middle cerebral artery occlusion (K. Isaki et al.). Pregnancy and stroke: 2 case reports (M. Nakashima et al.). Intracranial aneursysms and ischemic cerebrovascular diseases (L. Li et al.).

Functional neurosugery and Parkinson disease.

Topical Anesthesia on the cranial nerve V prevents intra-operative arousal events during microvascular decompression surger (T. Fujita, T. Shimizu). Intraoperative mapping of the trigeminal nerve root during MVD (T. Hatayama). What should be done, what should not be done in microvascular decompression surgery (A. Kondo, H. Tanabe). The efficacy of the levodopa on cognitive function in patients with de novo Parkinson's disease (Y. Kobayashi et al.).

Head injury.

Cerebral blood flow and metabolism in patients with cognitive impairments after minor traumatic brain injury: PET study in a chronic state (M. Mase et al.).

Hydrocephalus and others.

Risk of infection in patients who have coplacement of a percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy and a ventriculoperitoneal shunt: a retrospective study of 23 patients (S. Nabika et al.). Magnetic resonance imaging in spontaneous intracranial hypotension (M. Murakami et al.).

Intraoperative imaging, monitoring and navigation.

Intraoperative MRI in neurosurgery (V. Seifert). The role of functional neuronavigation in the treatment of lesions in eloquent areas of the brain (J. Klener et al.). Application of mobile CT for neurosurgical operation and stereotactic radiotherapy (T. Kubota et al.). Awake craniotomy for malignant glioma resection (K.M. Little, A. H. Friedma). Awake craniotomy for epilepsy patients in eloquent brain (. Miyasaki, T. Hoshida, T. Sakaki). Awake craniotomy in brain tumor surgery (H. Colle et al.). Impairment of motor function after frontal lobe resection with preservation of the primary motor cortex (C. Fukaya et al.).

Neuroradiology.

Evaluation of cervical arteries with 3D-CTA using multi-detector row CT - One-session scanning of the head and neck using single or double injection of contrast medium (J. Sakuma et al.). Brain check-ups using a mobile MRI in Hokkaido, Northern Japan (R. Takeda et al.).

Spine and peripheral nerve.

Surgical treatment of cervical spinal cord tumors (S. Bao et al.). Ultrasonic bone curettes in spinal surgery (H. Nakagawa et al.). Surgical treatment of spinal lipomatous malformations (K.L. Karagiozov). Intramedullary lipoma and epidermoid - rare coincidence in elderly (M. Vaverka, L. Hrabalek, J. Machac). Operated family cases of cervical canal stenosis (T. Matsushima et al.). End-to-side anastomosis of peripheral nerve in experimental and clinical model (P. Haninec et al.). Discriminant analysis of different levels of diabetic neuropathies recorded by somatosensory evoked potentials (S.H. Laika et al.).

Author index.

Keyword index.

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