Visual Evoked Potential Can Predict Deterioration of Visual Function After Direct Clipping of Paraclinoid Aneurysm With Anterior Clinoidectomy : Neurosurgery

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Visual Evoked Potential Can Predict Deterioration of Visual Function After Direct Clipping of Paraclinoid Aneurysm With Anterior Clinoidectomy

Kawajiri, Satoshi MD*; Isozaki, Makoto MD, PhD*; Komori, Osamu PhD; Yamada, Shinsuke MD*; Higashino, Yorhifumi MD*; Yamauchi, Takahiro MD*; Akazawa, Ayumi MD*; Kidoguchi, Masamune MD*; Yomo, Munetaka MD*; Kodera, Toshiaki MD, PhD*; Arishma, Hidetaka MD, PhD*; Awara, Kousuke PhD*; Inatani, Masaru MD, PhD§; Kikuta, Kenichiro MD, PhD*

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Neurosurgery 92(6):p 1276-1286, June 2023. | DOI: 10.1227/neu.0000000000002363
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