June 2014
Volume 55, Number 6
Endoscopic coagulation of choroid plexus in hydranencephaly. Absence of cerebral hemispheres except a small portion of the occipital lobe. The thalami, brain stem, and cerebellum are preserved. The choroid plexus before and after coagulation. The choroid plexus became shrinkage and the blood flow of that was blocked after coagulation.
Curcumin Stimulates Proliferation of Spinal Cord Neural Progenitor Cells via a MAP Kinase Signaling Pathway
S Son, KT Kim, DC Cho, HJ Kim, JK Sung, JS Bae
Preoperative Identification of Facial Nerve in Vestibular Schwannomas Surgery Using Diffusion Tensor Tractography
KS Choi, MS Kim, HG Kwon, SH Jang, OL Kim
Asymptomatic Penetration of the Oculomotor Nerve by a De Novo Aneurysm Associated with Severe Atherosclerotic Stenosis of the Supraclinoid Internal Carotid Artery
HS Shin, SH Lee, JS Koh
5 / 2014    Volume 55, Number 5
IgG4-Related Intracranial Hypertrophic Pachymeningitis : enhanced MRI show irregular thickening...
4 / 2014    Volume 55, Number 4
Extracranial extension of intracranial atypical meningioma en plaque with osteoblastic change o...
3 / 2014    Volume 55, Number 3
Brainstem congestion caused by dural arteriovenous fistula at the craniocervical junction. Sagi...
2 / 2014    Volume 55, Number 2
Sacral recapping laminectomy to treat sacral perineural cyst. The chiseling point of sacral lam...
1 / 2014    Volume 55, Number 1
The pipeline embolization device is a new endovascular device for treatment of complex, fusifor...
12 / 2013    Volume 54, Number 6
Illustration of a case of charcot arthropathy of the lumbosacral spine.
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