Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice
 
 
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July-September 2014 |
Vol 5 | Issue 3

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Editorial
Staging in giant vestibular Schwannoma surgery
In the manuscript titled "Staging in giant vestibular Schwannoma surgery: A two consecutive day technique for complete resection in basic neurosurgical setups," [1] the authors have represented 12 cas...
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Editorial
Microsurgical training model for residents to approach the orbit and the optic nerve in fresh cadaveric sheep cranium
Microsurgical skills and experience have become increasingly important in different surgical procedures. A deep understanding of anatomy remains essential in all surgical fields. Despite this gaining ...
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Original Article
Clinical profile and outcome of cerebral venous sinus thrombosis at tertiary care center
Background: Thrombosis of the cerebral venous sinuses (CVST) is an uncommon form of stroke, usually affecting young individuals. Clinical features of CVST are diverse, and for this reason, high...
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The effect of craniectomy size on mortality, outcome, and complications after decompressive craniectomy at a rural trauma center
Introduction: Decompressive craniectomy (DC) has increasing support with current studies suggesting an improvement in both survival rates and outcomes with this intervention. However, questions...
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Staging in giant vestibular schwannoma surgery: A two consecutive day technique for complete resection in basic neurosurgical setups
Introduction: Vestibular schwannomas constitute 8% of all intracranial tumors. A majority of vestibular schwannomas are sporadic and unilateral. Giant vestibular schwannomas are seen in our cou...
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