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This collection includes videos from Neurosurgery's most recent neurology articles.
Creator: Philippe Rigoard
This video demonstrates the minimal access spinal technologies implantation technique.
Creator: Michaël Bruneau
In case one, the vertebral artery is rerouted to make it accessible via the transfemoral route, allowing for endovascular treatment of a vertebrobasilar artery aneurysm of the dominant vertebral artery using stenting and coiling.
Case two shows the resection of a recurrent left-sided C5 neurofibroma that was compressing the spinal cord.
Case three shows a demonstration of a vertebral artery to common carotid artery transposition.
Creator: Costas Hadjipanayis
This video demonstrates placement of an EVD catheter in the right lateral ventricle in a patient with a typical colloid cyst at the foramen of Monro.
Creator: Paolo Ferroli
This patient underwent a microvascular decompression that allowed for the intraoperative diagnosis of a pontine micro-AVM. The petrosal vein was found to be arterialized and the trigeminal root to be embedded in a tangle of abnormal arterialized vessels. ICG videoangiography confirmed the arterialization of the vein and identified the flow direction to be from the brainstem to the superior petrosal sinus.
Creator: Ilaria Acchiardi
This video demonstrates surgical applications of the diving technique.
Creator: Karl Strecker
This is a supplemental video for the manuscript Increase of Frequency in Deep Brain Stimulation Relieves Apraxia of Eyelid Opening in Patients With Parkinson's Disease: Case Report
Creator: Ali R. Rezai
This is a supplemental video for the manuscript Surgery for Movement Disorders
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