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Uzma Samadani, Sameer Farooq, Robert Ritlop, Floyd Warren, Marleen Reyes, Elizabeth Lamm, Anastasia Alex, Elena Nehrbass, Radek Kolecki, Michael Jureller, Julia Schneider, Agnes Chen, Chen Shi, Neil Mendhiratta, Jason H. Huang, Meng Qian, Roy Kwak, Artem Mikheev, Henry Rusinek, Ajax George, Robert Fergus, Douglas Kondziolka, Paul P. Huang and R. Theodore Smith

preoperative CT scan [ Fig. 5B ]): right cistern 61% of baseline, left cistern 73% of baseline. Radiologist 1: “Cisterns are effaced but there is no direct mass effect on CN III.” Radiologist 2: “There is mass effect, but no overt compression of CN III.” Left Glioblastoma Multiforme The patient was a 67-year-old man with a medical history of prostate cancer, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, alcoholism in remission, and gunshot wound to the left shoulder with retained missile fragment. His ophthalmic baseline was 20/40 vision in the right eye and 20/50 in the left eye

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found a significant relation between epidural empyema after bone flap reimplantation and the presence of a VP shunt at the time of cranial vault reconstruction, the implantation of a VP shunt together (p=0.001) with the bone flap and the implantation of fragmented bone flaps (p=0.016). We also found a significant relation between aseptic necrosis and an open traumatic brain injury (open TBI) as primary diagnosis (p=0.004). Further alcoholism was identified as a risk factor for aseptic bone flap necrosis (p=0.010). Conclusions In order to avoid infectious