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Giant Cervical Cavernous Malformation: 2-Dimensional Operative Video

Operative Neurosurgery

Sep 19, 2019

Benjamin K Hendricks, Robert F Spetzler

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Cervical spinal cord cavernous malformations are rare but can be neurologically devastating lesions and, when symptomatic, are best treated with gross total resection to prevent progressive neurologic decline related to recurrent hemorrhage. This patient had a large high cervical cord c...read more

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Parenchyma
Institution
Cavernous
Excision
Cerebral Cavernous Malformations 2
Cordotomy
Video Media
Institutional Review Board Approval
Hemorrhage
Cervical Segment of Spinal Cord
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Giant Cervical Cavernous Malformation: 2-Dimensional Operative Video

Operative Neurosurgery

Sep 19, 2019

Benjamin K Hendricks, Robert F Spetzler

PMID: 31529135

DOI: 10.1093/ons/opz223

Abstract

Cervical spinal cord cavernous malformations are rare but can be neurologically devastating lesions and, when symptomatic, are best treated with gross total resection to prevent progressive neurologic decline related to recurrent hemorrhage. This patient had a large high cervical cord c...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Parenchyma
Institution
Cavernous
Excision
Cerebral Cavernous Malformations 2
Cordotomy
Video Media
Institutional Review Board Approval
Hemorrhage
Cervical Segment of Spinal Cord

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