September 2015
Volume 58, Number 3
Multiple cranial burr hole surgery is one of the indirect bypass surgeries used in moyamoya disease, but the exact mechanism is still uncertain. In this animal study, authors elucidated that bone marrow-derived stem cells (BMSCs) exist at the cortical incision site below a burr hole in ischemic rat brain, and angiogenesis and neurogenesis increased at the same area. This findings suggest that increased angiogenesis and neurogenesis by calvarial BMSCs may play some important role in the burr hole surgery for moyamoya disease.
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
8 / 2015    Volume 58, Number 2
Postoperative olfactory dysfunction is a complication of A-com aneurysm surgery, which can redu...
7 / 2015    Volume 58, Number 1
Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis (AIS) takes majority of pediatric spinal deformities. Tradition...
6 / 2015    Volume 57, Number 6
Color-coded parametric quantitative digital subtraction angiography (QDSA) can be used for the ...
5 / 2015    Volume 57, Number 5
Morphometric study of the anterior thalamoperforating arteries. Schematic view and cadaveric sp...
4 / 2015    Volume 57, Number 4
Intracranial meningioma with leptomeningeal dissemination. Preoperative MRI demonstrating a men...
3 / 2015    Volume 57, Number 3
Intramedullary abscess caused by a missed congenital dermal sinus. A 12-month-old girl presente...
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