Modern Methods in Neurosurgery by F. Heppner, P. W. Ascher (auth.), Prof. Dr. Wendelin Walter,

By F. Heppner, P. W. Ascher (auth.), Prof. Dr. Wendelin Walter, Prof. Dr. Mathias Brandt, Prof. Dr. Margareta Klinger, Prof. Dr. Mario Brock (eds.)

This sixteenth quantity of Advances in Neurosurgery incorporates a number of pa­ pers offered on the thirty eighth Annual assembly of the German Society of Neurosurgery, held in Munster on 3-6 may perhaps 1987. this system committee needed to decide upon those contributions from a complete of 161 shows. i'm greatly obliged to the contributors of the committee who contributed their adventure and energy to the association of the medical professional­ gram: Prof. Dr. R.A. Frowein, Prof. Dr. W.J. Bock, Prof. Dr. E. Kazner, Prof. Dr. G. Lausberg, Prof. Dr. M. Klinger, and Prof. Dr. M. Brandt. the purpose of the assembly used to be to switch studies relating to sleek diagnostic and healing achievements. the 1st major subject was once new technical tools in neurosurgery. Refinements in laser expertise have been brought; various laser units were famous as use­ ful instruments in microsurgery and a few peripheral nerve difficulties. The Ca­ vitron ultrasonic aspirator has confirmed its worth in an exceptional number of intracranial and spinal tumors inside many years. Its technical develop is impressively confirmed via the various papers during this booklet. With growing to be adventure we now have famous the nice worth of those extra tools in restricted surgical fields and discovered to not overestimate them within the arms of a talented neurosurgeon.

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Brock, and M. Klinger ©Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1988 tion of the amount of tension on the anastomotic site. Regardless of the etiology of aneurysm formation, it has limited the clinical applicability of this technique until the problem can be overcome. QUIGLEY et al. have utilized this phenomenon to create a modified technique for the production of a new and effective aneurysm model (~). After extensive work with vascular anastomoses, we attempted to repair peripheral nerves with the C02 laser.

Quigley MR, Bailes JE, Kwaan HC, Cerullo LJ, Brown JT (1986) Aneurysm formation following low power C02 laser-assisted vascular anastomosis. Neurosurgery 18:292-299 8. Hartz RS, LoCicero J, McCarthy WS (1984) Microvascular applications of very low power C02 laser. Presented at the Congo on Laser Neurosurg. III, Chicago, Ill, May 7 9. Pribil S, Powers SK (1985) Carotid artery end-to-end anastomosis in the rat using the argon laser. J Neurosurg 63:771-775 10. Sartorius CJ, Shapiro A, Campbell RL, Klatte EC, Clark SA (1986) Experimental laser-assisted end-to-side microvascular anastomoses.

Lancet 1:334 7. Quigley MR, Bailes JE, Kwaan HC, Cerullo LJ, Brown JT (1986) Aneurysm formation after low power carbon dioxide laser-assisted vascular anastomosis. Neurosurgery 18/3:292-299 8. Jain KK (1980) Sutureless microvascular anastomosis using a neodymium-YAG laser. J Micro Surg 1:436-439 9. Jain KK (1984) Sutureless extra-intracranial anastomosis by laser. Lancet 2:816-817 10. Krueger RR, Almquist EE (1985) Argon laser coagulation of blood for the anastomosis of small vessels. Laser Surg Med 5:55 11.

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