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Michael T. Lawton
Neurosurgery. 72():ons182, June 2013
In this 3-D video, we show the case of a 66 year-old ophthalmologist who presented with hemiparkinsonism and slow cognitive decline due to a 3 cm lesion located beneath the head of his left caudate nucleus. A contralateral transcallosal approach allowed the identification and complete removal of a cavernous malformation located immediately below the ependymal surface of his left lateral ventricle.
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