July 2016
Volume 59, Number 4
Mechanical thrombectomy (MT) for acute intracranial internal carotid artery (ICA) occlusion is often complicated by difficult revascularization and non-involved territory embolization. A strategy of proximal aspiration thrombectomy before standard MT may result in shorter puncture-to-reperfusion time and better angiographic outcome than a strategy of standard MT for acute intracranial ICA occlusion. Lower figures showed one illustrative case of “responders” to the aforementioned procedure.
Comparison of the Effects of 13-cis Retinoic Acid and Melatonin on the Viabilities of SH-SY5Y Neuroblastoma Cell Line
M Tosun, Y Soysal, NG Mas, HS Karabekir
Endovascular Treatment of 429 Anterior Communicating Artery
Aneurysms Using Bare-Platinum Coils : Clinical and Radiologic Outcomes at the Long-term Follow-up
JY Lee, JH Seo, YD Cho, HS Kang, MH Han
A Case of Dural Arteriovenous Fistula of Superior Sagittal Sinus after Tamoxifen Treatment for Breast Cancer
SK Hwang
5 / 2016    Volume 59, Number 3
In May 2016, the second pediatric issue will be published in Journal of Korean Neurosurgical So...
3 / 2016    Volume 59, Number 2
Early bone marrow edema pattern of osteoporotic vertebral compression (OVCF) is well correlated...
1 / 2016    Volume 59, Number 1
Transcranial transarterial Onyx embolization of superior sagittal sinus (SSS) dural arterioveno...
12 / 2015    Volume 58, Number 6
The transradial approach in the neurointerventions is becoming widespread. Accordingly, a bette...
11 / 2015    Volume 58, Number 5
Ossification of the ligamentum nuchae (OLN) is usually asymptomatic and incidentally observed i...
10 / 2015    Volume 58, Number 4
Pineal parenchymal tumors (PPTs) in adults are rare, and knowledge regarding their optimal mana...
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