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Editor-in-Chief: Nelson M. Oyesiku, MD, PhD
ISSN: 0148-396X
Frequency: 12 issues per year
Ranking: 79 of 191 in Clinical Neurology
37 of 198 in Surgery
Impact Factor: 2.532
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Omental-cranial Transposition for Pediatric Moyamoya

This video demonstrates laparoscopic harvest of pedicled omentum for cranial transposition in children with moyamoya disease.


Associated with: Less Invasive Pedicled Omental-Cranial Transposition in Pediatric Patients With Moyamoya Disease and Failed Prior Revascularization






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