July 2015
Volume 58, Number 1
Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) takes majority of pediatric spinal deformities. Traditionally, orthopedic surgeons have played an important role in the treatment of AIS. However, neurosurgeons have recognized that a fundamental understanding of spinal deformity is essential for neurological surgery and AIS patients treated by neurosurgeons have increased rapidly. These figures showed that scoliotic curvature with 60 degree was well corrected after surgery.
Comparison of the Effects of 13-cis Retinoic Acid and Melatonin on the Viabilities of SH-SY5Y Neuroblastoma Cell Line
M Tosun, Y Soysal, NG Mas, HS Karabekir
Endovascular Treatment of 429 Anterior Communicating Artery
Aneurysms Using Bare-Platinum Coils : Clinical and Radiologic Outcomes at the Long-term Follow-up
JY Lee, JH Seo, YD Cho, HS Kang, MH Han
A Case of Dural Arteriovenous Fistula of Superior Sagittal Sinus after Tamoxifen Treatment for Breast Cancer
SK Hwang
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Color-coded parametric quantitative digital subtraction angiography (QDSA) can be used for the ...
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Morphometric study of the anterior thalamoperforating arteries. Schematic view and cadaveric sp...
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Intracranial meningioma with leptomeningeal dissemination. Preoperative MRI demonstrating a men...
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Intramedullary abscess caused by a missed congenital dermal sinus. A 12-month-old girl presente...
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Solitary Cervical Neurenteric Cyst in an Adolescent Patient. A 15-year-old boy having an intras...
1 / 2015    Volume 57, Number 1
Transcranial direct middle meningeal artery puncture for the Onyx embolization of dural arterio...
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