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Holmes tremor: a delayed complication after resection of brainstem cavernomas

Marco Cenzato, Davide Colistra, Giorgia Iacopino, Christian Raftopoulos, Ulrich Sure, Marcos Tatagiba, Robert F. Spetzler, Alexander N. Konovalov, Andriy Smolanka, Volodymir Smolanka, Roberto Stefini, Carlo Bortolotti, Paolo Ferroli, Giampietro Pinna, Angelo Franzini, Philipp Dammann, Georgios Naros, Davide Boeris, Paolo Mantovani, Domenico Lizio, Mariangela Piano, and Enrica Fava

and physiological tremor . J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry . 1991 ; 54 ( 6 ): 516 – 519 . 1880513 10.1136/jnnp.54.6.516 16 Milanov , I. Electromyographic differentiation of tremors . Clin Neurophysiol . 2001 ; 112 ( 9 ): 1626 – 1632 . 10.1016/S1388-2457(01)00629-0 11514245 17 Bhatti D , Thompson R , Hellman A , Smartphone apps provide a simple, accurate bedside screening tool for orthostatic tremor . Mov

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Utility of image-guided external ventriculostomy: analysis of contemporary practice in the United Kingdom and Ireland

Aaron Lawson McLean, Aimun A. B. Jamjoom, Michael T. C. Poon, Difei Wang, Isaac Phang, Mohamed Okasha, Matthew Boissaud-Cooke, Adam P. Williams, and Aminul I. Ahmed

a free-floating position in the CSF in the ipsilateral anterior horn of the lateral ventricle with its tip close to the foramen of Monro, equidistant from the ventricular walls and not in the vicinity of the choroid plexus. 6 , 7 Despite the frequency with which the procedure is performed, there continues to be wide variation in EVD insertion and management practices. Although simulation programs, including devices such as the Ghajar guide and smartphone apps with augmented-reality capabilities, have been developed to train practitioners and facilitate correct

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Postoperative quality-of-life assessment in patients with spine metastases treated with long-segment pedicle-screw fixation

Florian Bernard, Jean-Michel Lemée, Olivier Lucas, and Philippe Menei

data collected were VAS scores, ambulatory status, EORTC QLQ-C30 scores, ODI scores, and length of hospital stay. The time to initiation of radiotherapy or chemotherapy and complications such as wound infection were also recorded. Five patients who were allowed to walk preoperatively and had an SINS between 7 and 12 were given a Withings Pulse Ox activity monitor ( Fig. 1 ) to assess walking distance (equipment provided by Withings). This device, which may be worn like a watch, can be connected to an Apple or Android smartphone and used to measure distance walked. It

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Developing consensus for the management of pediatric cervical spine disorders and stabilization: a modified Delphi study

*Yosef M. Dastagirzada, Nikita G. Alexiades, David B. Kurland, Sebastián N. Anderson, Douglas L. Brockmeyer, David B. Bumpass, Sandip Chatterjee, Mari L. Groves, Todd C. Hankinson, David Harter, Daniel Hedequist, Andrew Jea, Jeffrey R. Leonard, Jonathan E. Martin, Matthew E. Oetgen, Joshua Pahys, Curtis Rozzelle, Jennifer M. Strahle, Dominic Thompson, Burt Yaszay, and Richard C. E. Anderson

-person meeting (round 2). Delphi Round 2 An in-person meeting was held in December 2021, with both in-person and virtual participation due to the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. An anonymous audience response system (Poll Everywhere) was used in which participants entered their responses to statements using their personal smartphone or computer anonymously. Responses were tallied and projected in real time to all participants. Statements that were near consensus were discussed in detail, and modifications to the statements were made to try to achieve consensus. Finalized

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Development of best practices in the utilization and implementation of pediatric cervical spine traction: a modified Delphi study

Nikita G. Alexiades, Belinda Shao, Bruno P. Braga, Christopher M. Bonfield, Douglas L. Brockmeyer, Samuel R. Browd, Michael DiLuna, Mari L. Groves, Todd C. Hankinson, Andrew Jea, Jeffrey R. Leonard, Sean M. Lew, David D. Limbrick Jr., Francesco T. Mangano, Jonathan Martin, Joshua Pahys, Alexander Powers, Mark R. Proctor, Luis Rodriguez, Curtis Rozzelle, Phillip B. Storm, and Richard C. E. Anderson

. 59. Cervical spine radiographs should be obtained in the event of any neurologic changes. 60. Cervical spine MRI should be obtained in the event of any persistent neurologic changes after the removal of weight. Delphi Round 2 A face-to-face meeting was held in December 2018 with 12 participants in attendance. An anonymous audience response system (Poll Everywhere) was used in which participants entered their responses to statements using their personal smartphone or computer. Responses were tallied and projected in real time to participants

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Structural brain injury in sports-related concussion

Scott L. Zuckerman, Andrew Kuhn, Michael C. Dewan, Peter J. Morone, Jonathan A. Forbes, Gary S. Solomon, and Allen K. Sills

in the online population. The authors identified and classified 3488 concussion-related Tweets and categorized them appropriately, highlighting the powerful potential of Twitter to serve as broadcast medium for sports concussion information and education. At our own institution, we have developed a smartphone application for concussion safety to be used on the sidelines. Sports-related concussions with structural brain injury are exceedingly rare, which makes education a challenge. Similar modules and tool kits would serve to increase awareness of these

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The Sport Concussion Assessment Tool: a systematic review

Aaron M. Yengo-Kahn, Andrew T. Hale, Brian H. Zalneraitis, Scott L. Zuckerman, Allen K. Sills, and Gary S. Solomon

/vacant look, cervical stability assessment) were added with the option of using either foam stances or a timed tandem gait task for postural stability assessment. The SAC and PCSS remained unchanged in the SCAT3 from its original iteration. 14 In addition, a SCAT3 version tailored to children (age < 13 years) was introduced, the Child-SCAT3. 36 Prior to the release of the SCAT3, the SCAT2 became widely used by certified athletic trainers and team physicians. 21 , 39 Administration of the SCAT2 had been made more efficient with the advent of smartphone and tablet

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The role of extended reality in eloquent area lesions: a systematic review

Salvatore Marrone, Roberta Costanzo, Benedetta Maria Campisi, Chiara Avallone, Felice Buscemi, Luigi Maria Cusimano, Lapo Bonosi, Lara Brunasso, Gianluca Scalia, Domenico Gerardo Iacopino, and Rosario Maugeri

.0), microscope-based neuronavigation VR & AR Preop planning & intraop guidance Chen et al., 2017 66 OA/16 57.4 (43–74)/ 8 M, 8 F NR Meningioma (15), glioma grade NS (1) FL (7), PL (6), FP (2) 9 lt, 7 rt NR NR 1.5-T MRI (Signa Excite), 3D Slicer (ver 4.0, Surgical Planning Laboratory), Sina Android app, smartphone (Huawei Honor 6 plus, Android ver 4.4.2) VR & AR Preop planning Incekara et al., 2018 27 PCS/25 57 (22–80)/10 M, 15 F NR HGG (12), LGG (2), meningioma (6), metastasis (3), lymphoma (1), hemangioblastoma (1) FL (13), TL

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Healthcare disparities in deep brain stimulation access and utilization: a systematic review

Nachiket Deshpande, Moustafa Hadi, and Rushna Ali

Medicaid patients after brain tumor surgery . J Clin Neurosci . 2013 ; 20 ( 1 ): 57 – 61 . 56 Lesher AP , Gavrilova Y , Ruggiero KJ , Evans HL . Surgery and the smartphone: can technology improve equitable access to surgical care? J Surg Res . 2021 ; 263 : 1 – 4 . 57 Kern DS , Kumar R . Deep brain stimulation . Neurologist . 2007 ; 13 ( 5 ): 237 – 252 . 58 Stroupe KT , Weaver FM , Cao L , Cost of deep brain stimulation for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease by surgical stimulation sites . Mov Disord . 2014 ; 29 ( 13 ): 1666

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47th Annual Meeting The American Society of Pediatric Neurosurgeons

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evaluation algorithms for 3D movement using 2D video data. Objectives We have created an AI augmented pipeline to evaluate patient extremity function using novel pose estimation algorithms. We seek to validate the accuracy and reliability of this tool. Methods An open-source pose estimation AI was adapted to interpret smartphone video data using validated scales of gait and upper extremity function (Edinburgh Visual Gait Scale [EVGS] and Modified Mallet Scale [MMS]). Video acquisition was carried out on a consumer grade smartphone. AI analysis was compared