By H.-P. Jensen (auth.), Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Jensen, Prof. Dr. Mario Brock, Priv.-Doz. Dr. Margareta Klinger (eds.)
This quantity of ADVANCES IN NEUROSURGERY provides the unique texts of 60 papers introduced on the thirty third annual assembly of the German Neuro surgical Society held in Kiel from might sixteenth to twentieth, 1982. those papers signify a variety from a few 162 papers submitted and ninety six really given. the choice used to be made by means of the society's programme committee, of which Professor W. J. BOCK, Professor H. DIETZ and Professor W. GROTE also are participants. i want to take this chance to specific my honest because of them for his or her untiring cooperation. The clinical programme handled 3 major topics: 1. Acute, non-traumatic intracranial hemorrhages, a topic that has consistently been of value for neurological surgeons because the ana tomist Giovanni Battista MORGAGNI in 1791 first defined intimately the medical photo and the pathological and anatomical explanations of a mind hemorrhage he had saw in his servant. certainly, at our thirty first annual assembly in Erlangen in 1980 "Timing difficulties in Sub arachnoid Hemorrhages" was once one of many major issues of dialogue. For this year's assembly a cooperative learn during which 27 college and sanatorium departments of neurosurgery participated enabled us to appear into the explanations and the diagnostic and healing measures all in favour of quite a few circumstances of intracranial hemorrhage.
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Med. 129: 681-688 (1977) 47 4. : Diagnosis of spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage by computerized tomography. , Kazner, E. ), Cranial computerized tomography, pp. 284287. Berlin, Heidelberg, New York: Springer 1976 5. : Ring-shaped lesions in the CT scan - Differential diagnostic considerations. , Klinger, M. ), Advances in neurosurgery, Vol. 6, pp. 80-83. Berlin, Heidelberg, New York: Springer 1978 6. : Resolving intracerebral hematoma: alteration of the "ring sign" with steroids. Amer. J. Roentgenol.
6% of cases where no spasm was found. 9%. The angiomas are an exception; no recurrence of hemorrhage was observed in cases where spasm had followed the hemorrhage from the angioma. The probability of a recurrent hemorrhage increases with the size of the aneurysm. 3 in aneurysms of over 2 em. There was, however, no relationship between a recurrence of the hemorrhage and a previous hemorrhage. The results of this study do not allow any judgement on the effects and success of antifibrinolytic therapy.
E. 2% within the first ninety-six hours. e. within the first forty-eight hours of the hemorrhage, the condition of only 9% of the patients was grades I and II whereas 45% of the patients operated on after three to four days were from grades I and II, 65% from five to fifteen days and 66% when the operation was performed even later. Since only 10% of the operations discussed here were immediate or early operations and two thirds of these were doubtless emergency operations on patients from grades IV to VI, any judgement on the influence of the timing of operation on its outcome, does not seem appropriate.
Acute Non-Traumatic Intracranial Bleedings. Posterior Fossa Tumors in Infancy by H.-P. Jensen (auth.), Prof. Dr. Hans-Peter Jensen, Prof. Dr. Mario Brock, Priv.-Doz. Dr. Margareta Klinger (eds.)