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Oral Presentations 2014 AANS Annual Scientific Meeting San Francisco, California • April 5–9, 2014

Published online June 1, 2015; DOI: 10.3171/2015.6.JNS.AANS2014abstracts

(SAEs) related to the surgery, but not to the cells (seizure, subdural hematoma, pneumonia) and 2 SAEs unrelated to either surgery or cells (UTI, delayed new neurologic symptoms). Cytokine levels, HLA antibody levels, and PBMC function were unchanged. NIHSS, ESS, Fugl-Meyer all show a significant benefit in neurologic outcomes. Two patients showed remarkable improvement in their motor function within 24h of surgery, effects which have been sustained during follow-up (20 and 5 mos). These were the only 2 patients with new FLAIR lesions (DWI neg) in the motor cortex