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Stereotact Funct Neurosurg (2023) 101 (1): 30–40.
Published Online: 28 February 2023
.... However, reports on bilateral Vim thalamotomy for ET remain scarce. Methods: To review the results and complications of bilateral Vim thalamotomy for the treatment of ET in the upper extremities, we retrospectively analyzed the patients with ET who underwent bilateral Vim thalamotomy with radiofrequency...
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Applied Neurophysiology (1978) 41 (1-4): 219–222.
Published Online: 04 May 2007
...(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Hypophysectomy Radiofrequency Pituitary ablation Proc. 7th Symp. WorJd Soc. Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery...
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Stereotact Funct Neurosurg (1997) 69 (1-4): 46–53.
Published Online: 03 July 1998
...Jae Y. Lim; Antonio A.F. De Salles We analyzed 10 radiofrequency (RF) lesions over time in 9 patients who had follow-up MRI 1 h to 43 weeks following stereotactic pallidotomies performed for medically intractable idiopathic Parkinson''s disease. Pallidotomies were performed under MRI guidance...
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Stereotact Funct Neurosurg (1992) 58 (1-4): 121–133.
Published Online: 18 September 1992
...F.C. Vinas; L. Zamorano; M. Dujovny; J.Z. Zhao; D. Hodgkinson; K.L. Ho; J.I. Ausman For many years, radiofrequency-generated lesions have been used for the treatment of pain and abnormal movements. However, the reliability of this method has been questioned because of the variation in the size...
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Applied Neurophysiology (1988) 51 (2-5): 170–174.
Published Online: 03 May 1988
...) between 1981 and 1985. Radiofrequency heat lesions were made. The patients were interviewed 7–52 months after the operation by one of two individuals not involved in the procedure to assess pain relief and postoperative complications. The mean pain relief was 85%, and there were no significant...
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Applied Neurophysiology (1988) 51 (2-5): 230–242.
Published Online: 03 May 1988
...Eric R. Cosman; William J. Rittman; Blaine S. Nashold; Thad T. Makachinas The method of radiofrequency heat lesion generation is reviewed with specific reference to the dorsal root entry zone. Experimental data on the impedance of electrolytic media as a function of temperature are reported...
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Applied Neurophysiology (1987) 50 (1-6): 465–470.
Published Online: 28 January 1988
...Daizo Ebisutani; Keizo Matsumoto; Yoshihisa Murayama; Tetsuro Soga The location and extent of thalamic lesions following thalamotomy can be identified as a large low density area in the acute stage to a small spot in the chronic stage. Stereotactic experimental radiofrequency lesions were placed...
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Applied Neurophysiology (1983) 46 (1-4): 154–159.
Published Online: 20 January 1984
...Jorge Roberto Pagura; Moacir Schnapp; Pascoal Passarelli 15 patients with pain secondary to cancer underwent radiofrequency glossopharyngeal rhizotomy by the percutaneous approach. 11 patients had complete relief while 4 patients had partial relief. All patients presented, after surgery, some...
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Applied Neurophysiology (1983) 46 (1-4): 160–166.
Published Online: 20 January 1984
...E.R. Cosman; B.S. Nashold; P. Bedenbaugh The physical principles of radiofrequency (RF) lesion making in stereotactic neurosurgery are summarized. Empirical data are given on the relationship between lesion size and lesioning parameters. Currently accepted ranges of lesioning parameters...
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Applied Neurophysiology (1983) 46 (1-4): 138–146.
Published Online: 20 January 1984
.... Pain Rhizotomy Spinal roots Radiofrequency Proc, of the Amer. Soc. Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery, Durham, N.C. 1983 Appl. Neurophysiol. 46: 138-146(1983) Percutaneous Radiofrequency Spinal Rhizotomy Jorge Roberto Pagura Functional Neurosurgery Center, Hospital Beneficencia Portuguesa...