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patients received previous radiation therapy, 10 had previous surgery. Surgical approach was determined according to proximity to pial/ependymal surface. Postoperatively, 121 patients (68.7%) had no new deficits. The commonest complications were ataxia (21), diplopia (25), hemiparesis (22), and 7th nerve paresis (10). Overall, 34 patients (19.3%) improved, 55 (31.3%) worsened, and 86 (48.9%) remained the same. Follow-up was available in 170 patients (0.5–19 yrs, mean 3.5 years). 105 patients (59.7%) patients improved, 44 (24.4%) remained same and 20 (11.3%) were worse at

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(Raumedic) are useful tools to assess effects of nimodipine and to guide therapy in the ICU. J Neurosurg Journal of Neurosurgery JNS 0022-3085 1933-0693 American Association of Neurological Surgeons 2015.6.JNS.AANS2014ABSTRACTS Women in Neurosurgery Louise Eisenhardt Traveling Scholarship 664. The Six Thalamic Regions: Surgical Approaches to Thalamic Cavernous Malformations, Operative Reports, and Clinical Outcome Leonardo Rangel-Castilla , MD , and Robert Spetzler , MD (Phoenix, AZ) 6 2015 122 6