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Aneurysms of the Vertebrobasilar System

Surgical Intervention in 19 Cases

Kenneth G. Jamieson

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Aneurysms of the Vertebrobasilar System

Further Experience with Nine Cases

Kenneth G. Jamieson

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Extradural and subdural hematomas

Changing patterns and requirements of treatment in Australia

Kenneth G. Jamieson

✓ The pattern of head injuries due to traffic accidents has changed markedly in Australia in the period since 1935. A review of autopsy cases of extradural and acute subdural hematomas shows a startling shift toward inoperable lesions. The author points out that accident prevention must now be considered the chief means of reversing man's trend toward self-destruction on the highway.

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Kenneth G. Jamieson

✓ The successful excision of six pineal tumors is reported. A modification of the technique recommended by Poppen was used and is described.

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Kenneth G. Jamieson

✓ In a case of posterior fossa extradural hematoma, vertebral angiography demonstrated the bleeding point on the occipital branch of the vertebral artery.

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Kenneth G. Jamieson and John D. N. Yelland

✓ The Australian authors report 322 cases of depressed fracture of the skull. Age, sex, cause, and severity of injury are analyzed in relation to 82 simple and 240 compound fractures. Associated intracranial lesions and surgical management are discussed.

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Kenneth G. Jamieson and John D. N. Yelland

✓ The authors analyze 553 cases of surgically treated traumatic subdural hematomas. Simple subdural hematomas, subdural hematomas associated with cerebral lacerations, and subdural fluid collections are identified as three separate types. Age, sex, mechanism and cause of injury, rate of presentation, operative procedures, and outcome are discussed to illustrate differing pathogenesis, clinical course, and treatment.

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Traumatic intracerebral hematoma

Report of 63 surgically treated cases

Kenneth G. Jamieson and John D. N. Yelland

✓ A series of 63 cases of surgically treated traumatic intracerebral hematomas is reported. Age and sex incidence, cause and mechanism of injury, site of hematoma and its presentation and outcome are analyzed.