Acta Neurochirurgica: Volume 157, Issue 8, September 2015

Microsurgical resection of Spetzler–Martin grades 1 and 2 unruptured brain arteriovenous malformations results in lower long-term morbidity and loss of quality-adjusted life-years (QALY) than conservative management—results of a single group series
Microsurgical resection of unruputured Spetzler-Ponce grade A arteriovenous malformations is worthwhile and still the “gold standard” therapy
Treatment of unruptured brain AVM in the aftermath of ARUBA and the Scottish Audit of Intracranial Vascular Malformations
Development of a new high-resolution intraoperative imaging system (dual-image videoangiography, DIVA) to simultaneously visualize light and near-infrared fluorescence images of indocyanine green angiography
Treatment outcomes of unruptured intracranial aneurysm; experience of 1231 consecutive aneurysms
Emergent cervical surgical embolectomy for extracranial internal carotid artery occlusion
Acute hypernatremia after voluntary saline intake leading to intracerebral haemorrhage: neuroimaging confirms diagnosis
Prognostic value of FOUR and GCS scores in determining mortality in patients with traumatic brain injury
Duret haemorrhage with full recovery
Seizure outcomes in relation to the extent of resection of the perifocal fluorodeoxyglucose and flumazenil PET abnormalities in anteromedial temporal lobectomy
Comparative analysis of explanted DBS electrodes.

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