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  1. Decompressive craniectomy (DC) in traumatic brain injury (TBI) patients has been subject of debate for neurosurgeons since long time. Our goal in this study is to evaluate the quality of life of these patients...

    Authors: Roodrajeetsing Gopaul, Zong Dang Wei, Jun Yan, Fan Yong Gong and Shao Wen Xiao
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2016 2:33
  2. Deep brain stimulation (DBS) surgery is usually performed with the patients located in a half-sitting position. Therefore, complications associated with such position accompany, such as venous air embolism (VA...

    Authors: Lin Shi, Chao-Cai Zhang, Jun-Ju Li, Guan-Yu Zhu, Ying-Chuan Chen and Jian-Guo Zhang
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2016 2:32
  3. Ganglioneuroma is a rare benign tumor, which is usually located in the posterior mediastinum and retroperitoneum. Occasionally, it involves the paraspinal region with intraspinal extension and becomes dumbbell...

    Authors: Zuowei Wang, Xingwen Wang, Fengzeng Jian and Li Chen
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2016 2:31
  4. Endonasal transphenoidal approach by neuroendoscopy has its own advantage, such as direct access, invasive, better visualization of the anterior communicating artery aneurysm and so on. The study is to provide...

    Authors: Junwei Ma, Zhimin Wang, Niankai Zhang, Shengshan Li, Dongyi Jiang and Hanchun Chen
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2016 2:27
  5. The development of three-dimensional (3D) printing technology provides a new method for surgical treatment, but currently there are few reports on its application in the treatment of aneurysm. The aim of the p...

    Authors: Yin Kang, Liang-Hong Yu, Tao Xu, Shu-Fa Zheng, Pei-Sen Yao, Man Liu, Yuan-Xiang Lin, Zhang-Ya Lin, Xiao-Min Fan and De-Zhi Kang
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2016 2:24
  6. Ruptured aneurysms with a presentation of intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) and/or intraventricular hemorrhage (IVH) without subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) are rarely reported. Issues on the clinical characteristi...

    Authors: Guichen Li, Xiaobo Zhu, Yang Zhang, Jinchuan Zhao, Xianfeng Gao and Kun Hou
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2016 2:23
  7. Supratentorial primitive neuroectodermal tumors (sPNET) are rarely occurred in adults. Only 39 cases have been reported in the past decade. The transformation from low grade to aggressive astrocytoma is well k...

    Authors: Xiaofeng Wang, Yuqiang Sun, Zeshi Tan, Anlong Ji, Xu Sun, Xinyu Li, Ningwei Che, Kang Yang, Yaoling Liu, Xiaodong Luo, Guanyu Wang, Lan Luan, Minghai Wei and Jian Yin
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2016 2:22
  8. Petroclival meningiomas (PCMs) are technically challenging lesions. Although the standard retrosigmoid approach is one of the most effective approaches, this route may have some limitations for the tumors exte...

    Authors: Zijin Zhao, Xianrui Yuan, Jian Yuan, Jun Su, Xiangyu Wang, Weixi Jiang, Zefeng Peng, Xuejun Li and Qing Liu
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2016 2:21
  9. Epilepsy surgery has been accepted as an effective treatment in drug-resistant focal epilepsy. However, the number of epilepsy neurosurgeons is not enough in China compared with the huge demand. The content of...

    Authors: Kai Zhang, Jianguo Zhang, Yanshan Ma, Xiaoqiu Shao, Wenhan Hu and Baotian Zhao
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2016 2:18
  10. Cerebral vasospasm (CVS) after subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) is a serious and significant health problem in the worldwide. There are still no effective therapies for treatment of CVS in patients suffering from...

    Authors: Min Jun Wei, Jiu Geng Feng, Zhi Qun Jiang, Chun Hui Zeng, Li Ping Jiang and Tao Hong
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2016 2:17
  11. To investigate therapeutic effect of surgery that removes an intracranial foreign body through the intracranial sagittal sinus with help of intraoperative navigation and intraoperative fluorescein angiography.

    Authors: Roodrajeetsing Gopaul, Wen Shao Xiao, Jun Yan and Dang Zong Wei
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2016 2:16
  12. Spinal extradural arachnoid cyst is extremely rare. The longest SEACs that have been reported in previous studies involved no more than 5 spinal segments. This study presents a case of SEAC diagnosed from T9 t...

    Authors: Bo Jin, Ji-zong Zhao, Han-bin Wang, Ke-da Wang, Long-qi Liu and Yi-bing Su
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2016 2:15
  13. External lumbar drainage (ELD) has gained wide popularity in neurosurgical practice since its’ first introduction by F. Vourc’h in 1963. It manifests encouraging prospects in control of refractory intracranial...

    Authors: Guichen Li, Yang Zhang, Jinchuan Zhao, Zhiguo Han, Xiaobo Zhu and Kun Hou
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2016 2:14
  14. Rosai-Dorfman disease (RDD) is an idiopathic histiocytic proliferative disorder characterized by sinus histiocytosis and massive lymphadenopathy. Extranodal and central nervous system (CNS) involvement is unus...

    Authors: Yu Xin, Hui Shen, Desheng Kong, Wenqing Jia, Hai Liu and Jun Yang
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2016 2:13

    The Erratum to this article has been published in Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2016 2:19

  15. Patients who have a cerebral arteriovenous malformation (cAVMs) in the motor cortex can have displaced function. The finding and its relationship to recovery from surgery is not known.

    Authors: Lijun Wang, Fuxin Lin, Jun Wu, Yuming Jiao, Yong Cao, Yuanli Zhao and Shuo Wang
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2016 2:12
  16. Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is a common non-motor symptom of early Parkinson’s disease (PD), but the neural mechanisms underlying it remain poorly understood. The aim of the present study was to investigat...

    Authors: De-Zhi Kang, Fu-Xiang Chen, Fu-Yong Chen, Ying Liu, Gang Wu, Liang-Hong Yu, Yuan-Xiang Lin and Zhang-Ya Lin
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2016 2:10
  17. This research paper will discuss the surgical management and possible mechanisms, as well as enlighten other features which can explain meningioma and astrocytoma simultaneously occurrences including statistic...

    Authors: Aihemaiti Hasimu, Qiang Fu, Qingjiu Zhou, Shaoshan Li, Xiaofeng Zhu, Chen Liu, Dangmuren Jiafu Geng and Bo Liu
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2016 2:9
  18. L4–L5 traumatic spondylolisthesis has been rarely reported in the literature. At lumbar spine level traumatic dislocation lesion realizes “traumatic spondylolisthesis or traumatic bilateral lumbar facet locked...

    Authors: Dominique N’Dri-Oka, Souleymane Issa Sarki, Landry Konan and Yacouba Haro
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2016 2:8
  19. Although primary hypophysitis is not uncommon, a granulomatous etiology of hypophysitis is relatively rare. Radiological and diagnostic characteristics of several isolated cases have been described to date. Ho...

    Authors: Yan Xu, Lin Lou, Tian-Hua Wang, Yuan-Yuan Zhao, Xue-Xiang Cai, Jie Ma and Gang Lu
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2016 2:3
  20. Epidural localization of myeloid leukaemia is rarely reported. Spinal cord compression as an initial presentation of acute myeloid leukaemia is extremely rare. This is a report of a 17-year-old black boy who p...

    Authors: Dominique N’Dri Oka, Alpha Boubacar Bah, André Valentin Tokpa and Louis Derou
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2016 2:1
  21. Vancomycin-resistant Enterococcus faecium ventriculitis is one of the most severe events in postneurosurgical intracranial infections. There are no guidelines recommending an appropriate treatment before.

    Authors: Jia-Ji Qiu, Jie Tang and De-Ling Li
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2015 1:18
  22. Neurosurgery in China has made great progress. The aim of this study was to analyze neurosurgical publications by Chinese authors using the Web of Science database as a way to illustrate the current state of n...

    Authors: Weiming Liu, Deling Li, Ming Ni, Wang Jia, Weiqing Wan, Jie Tang and Guijun Jia
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2015 1:17
  23. Accurately mapping the pyramidal tracts preoperatively and intraoperatively is the primary concern when operating on cavernous malformations (CMS) in the basal ganglia. We have conducted new methods for preope...

    Authors: Kai Quan, Geng Xu, Fan Zhao and Wei Zhu
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2015 1:15
  24. We introduce a new catheter-based minimally invasive approach via frontal tuber for removing hypertensive intraventricular hemorrhage(IVH), and further compare its treatment efficacy with conventional external...

    Authors: Jian Xu, Xia Liu, Ze-yu Wu, Xiao-dong Chen, Peng Lun, Yan Zhao, Bing Chen, Chang-qing Ding, Peng Sun and Yi-he Dou
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2015 1:12
  25. Blood blister-like aneurysms (BBLAs) are aneurysms from the non-branching sites of the internal carotid artery (ICA). Though rare lesions, they pose a high risk of intraoperative aneurysmal rupture. Definite t...

    Authors: Roodrajeetsing Gopaul, Wen Shao Xiao, Jun Yan and Dang Zong Wei
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2015 1:14
  26. Occipital arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) are still one of neurosurgery’s most intriguing and challenging pathologies. In this study, we reviewed our series of patients with occipital AVMs admitted in Beiji...

    Authors: Xianzeng Tong, Jun Wu, Fuxin Lin, Yong Cao, Yuanli Zhao, Zhen Jin and Shuo Wang
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2015 1:10
  27. Gliomas are the most common primary tumors of the central nervous system, around 70 % of the malignant brain tumors are gliomas. In the NCCN Guideline Ver.1 2015, the assessment before systemic treatment, trea...

    Authors: Tianyu Wang, Xiong Xiao and Nan Ji
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2015 1:13
  28. It has been demonstrated that the incidence of trigeminal neuralgia in elderly patients is higher and thus, neurosurgeons often encounter elderly patients with this disorder. However, for those with poor basic...

    Authors: Yuan-Feng Du, Qiao Gu, Ding-Bo Yang, Xiao-Qiao Dong, Quan Du, Hao Wang and Wen-Hua Yu
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2015 1:8
  29. The authors present a case of cervical myelopathy and radiculopathy in the setting of multiple Klippel-Feil syndrome abnormalities treated surgically with a single-level C3–C4 anterior cervical discectomy and ...

    Authors: Aaron Wessell, Peter DeRosa, Abraham Cherrick and Jonathan H. Sherman
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2015 1:6
  30. Understanding a process from shallow to deep is necessary for controlling and even curing diseases. The history of diagnosis and treatment of brainstem gliomas vividly reflects this process. The development of...

    Authors: Liwei Zhang, Chang-cun Pan and Deling Li
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2015 1:4
  31. Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a common neurodegenerative disease. Most studies have found that the histopathological lesion is not only localized at the extrapyramidal area (basal ganglia) but also at the cortex...

    Authors: De-zhi Kang, Fu-yong Chen, Fang-yu Wang, Guo-rong Wu, Ying Liu, Gang Wu, Liang-hong Yu, Yuan-xiang Lin and Zhang-ya Lin
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2015 1:9
  32. Chronic subdural hematoma is a common neurosurgical condition especially in the aging population. Burr hole for drainage is an effective treatment, yet recurrence is reported at 8 to 22 % worldwide, and 1-year...

    Authors: David Yuen Chung Chan, Tin Fung David Sun and Wai Sang Poon
    Citation: Chinese Neurosurgical Journal 2015 1:2

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