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Amin B. Kassam, Daniel M. Prevedello, Ricardo L. Carrau, Carl H. Snyderman, Ajith Thomas, Paul Gardner, Adam Zanation, Bulent Duz, S. Tonya Stefko, Karin Byers and Michael B. Horowitz

required multiple craniotomies. This patient developed a permanent weakness (4/5) of the left upper limb. Neural Injury Fourteen patients (1.8%) suffered a neurological injury, of which 4 (0.5%) were permanent and 6 (0.8%) were transient cranial neuropathies, and 4 (0.5%) were transient hemiparesis, as shown in Table 8 . Postoperative Complications Table 9 illustrates our postoperative complications. Twenty-three patients (2.9%) suffered major postoperative systemic complications. Seventeen patients were successfully treated with no sequelae, and 6 died as