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  • Subject Index 1995-1996

    Key Words: subject index

    A

    amnesia, dense 
    Comprehensive program of external cuing to enhance procedural memory in a patient with dense amnesia. [Kime et al] 11(4):29-34, 1995

    anatomy 
    Microsurgical anatomy of the cavernous sinus. [Kiris et al] 12(2):4-14, 1996

    aneurysm, giant
    Rupture of a giant aneurysm. [Vishteh and Golfinos] 11(2):12-13, 1995

    angiography, digital subtraction 
    Endovascular occlusion of a vertebral artery-venous fistula in a patient with neurofibromatosis. [Borden et al] 12(3):22-23, 1996

    angiography, magnetic resonance 
    The practical use of magnetic resonance angiography for carotid endarterectomy: Technical note. [Baskin et al] 12(3):19-21, 1996

    anosognosia 
    Edwin A. Weinstein’s contributions to neuropsychological rehabilitation. [Prigatano and Weinstein] 11(4):10-20, 1995

    approaches, surgical 
    Microsurgical anatomy of the cavernous sinus. [Kiris et al] 12(2):4-14, 1996

    The orbitozygomatic-combined supra- and infratentorial approach: Technical note. [Lawton et al] 12(3):4-9, 1996

    Radiation-induced intracranial malignant fibrous histiocytoma with a 37-year latency: Case report. [Jones et al] 12(1):25-27, 1996

    Thoracoscopic approaches for the treatment of anterior thoracic spinal pathology. [Dickman and Mican] 12(1):4-19, 1996

    The two-point method: Evaluating brain stem lesions. [Brown et al] 12(1):20-24, 1996

    arachnoid cysts, intracranial 
    Surgical management of intracranial arachnoid cysts. [Lawton et al] 11(2):14-18, 1995

    arteriovenous malformations 
    Endovascular treatment of orbital lesions. [Borden et al] 12(4):4-11, 1996

    High-flow dural arteriovenous malformations in infants. [Borden et al] 12(4):12-17, 1996

    Pathophysiology of Type I spinal dural arteriovenous malformations. [Bederson and Spetzler] 12(2):23-32, 1996

    astrocytomas 
    What’s malignant about astrocytomas? Studies of brain tumor proliferation and migration. [Berens and Giese] 12(2):15-22, 1996

    B

    baclofen, intrathecal 
    Neurosurgical management of spasticity in cerebral palsy. [Rekate] 11(1):2-10, 1995

    bradykinesia 
    Hitler, Parkinson’s disease and history. [Lieberman] 11(3):4-21, 1995

    brain stem 
    The two-point method: Evaluating brain stem lesions. [Brown et al] 12(1):20-24, 1996

    brochure of neuropsychological symptoms 
    Preparing patients for possible neuropsychological consequences after brain surgery. [Prigatano] 11(4):4-9, 1995

    C

    carotid artery, internal 
    Microsurgical anatomy of the cavernous sinus. [Kiris et al] 12(2):4-14, 1996

    case management 
    From coordinated care to case management: Neurosciences update. [Wekell et al] 11(2):19-23, 1995

    cavernous malformations 
    The two-point method: Evaluating brain stem lesions. [Brown et al] 12(1):20-24, 1996

    cavernous sinus 
    Microsurgical anatomy of the cavernous sinus. [Kiris et al] 12(2):4-14, 1996

    cerebral palsy 
    Criteria for selective dorsal rhizotomy. [Gregg] 11(1):11-13, 1995

    Neurosurgical management of spasticity in cerebral palsy. [Rekate] 11(1):2-10, 1995

    The role of occupational therapy in selective dorsal rhizotomy. [Webb] 11(1):25-26, 1995

    The role of physical therapy in selective dorsal rhizotomy. [Stern] 11(1):19-24, 1995

    Selective dorsal rhizotomy: Experience of the Children’s Rehabilitative Services. [Wong et al] 11(1):14-18, 1995

    cerebrospinal fluid 
    Postpenetrating trauma cerebrospinal fluid fistula. [Hamilton et al] 12(4):18-19, 1996

    confabulation 
    Edwin A. Weinstein’s contributions to neuropsychological rehabilitation. [Prigatano and Weinstein] 11(4):10-20, 1995

    corticosteroids 
    Idiopathic spinal epidural lipomatosis: Report of two cases and review of the literature. [Flores et al] 11(3):22-25, 1995

    cranial nerves 
    Microsurgical anatomy of the cavernous sinus. [Kiris et al] 12(2):4-14, 1996

    crossbow wound 
    A self-inflicted crossbow wound. [Porter et al] 12(2):33, 1996

    D

    dementia, Parkinson 
    Hitler, Parkinson’s disease and history. [Lieberman] 11(3):4-21, 1995

    denial of disability 
    see also anosognosia
    Edwin A. Weinstein’s contributions to neuropsychological rehabilitation. [Prigatano and Weinstein] 11(4):10-20, 1995

    depression 
    Suicide in traumatically brain-injured patients: Risk and prevention. [Klonoff and Lage] 11(4):35-41, 1995

    diagnostic-related groupings 
    From coordinated care to case management: Neurosciences update. [Wekell et al] 11(2):19-23, 1995

    diskectomy 
    Thoracoscopic approaches for the treatment of anterior thoracic spinal pathology. [Dickman and Mican] 12(1):4-19, 1996

    E

    education, patient 
    Preparing patients for possible neuropsychological consequences after brain surgery. [Prigatano] 11(4):4-9, 1995

    embolization 
    Endovascular occlusion of a vertebral artery-venous fistula in a patient with neurofibromatosis. [Borden et al] 12(3):22-23, 1996

    Endovascular treatment of orbital lesions. [Borden et al] 12(4):4-11, 1996

    encephalitis, von Economo’s 
    Hitler, Parkinson’s disease and history. [Lieberman] 11(3):4-21, 1995

    endarterectomy, carotid 
    Asymptomatic carotid stenosis: A neurosurgeon’s perspective. [Zabramski] 12(3):24-25, 1996

    Asymptomatic carotid stenosis: Surgery’s the answer, but that’s not the question. [Frey] 12(3): 26-27, 1996

    The practical use of magnetic resonance angiography for carotid endarterectomy: Technical note. [Baskin et al] 12(3):19-21, 1996

    endoscopy 
    Thoracoscopic approaches for the treatment of anterior thoracic spinal pathology. [Dickman and Mican] 12(1):4-19, 1996

    endovascular techniques 
    Endovascular occlusion of a vertebral artery-venous fistula in a patient with neurofibromatosis. [Borden et al] 12(3):22-23, 1996

    Endovascular treatment of orbital lesions. [Borden et al] 12(4):4-11, 1996

    epilepsy 
    Differential response characteristics of patients with nonepileptic and epileptic seizures on a test of verbal learning and memory. [Bortz et al] 12(3):10-18, 1996

    error, statistical 
    Statistical error, power and clinical significance. [Drumm] 11(2):24-30, 1995

    extracellular matrix 
    What’s malignant about astrocytomas? Studies of brain tumor proliferation and migration. [Berens and Giese] 12(2):15-22, 1996

    F

    fenestration 
    Surgical management of intracranial arachnoid cysts. [Lawton et al] 11(2):14-18, 1995

    fistula, arteriovenous 
    Endovascular occlusion of a vertebral artery-venous fistula in a patient with neurofibromatosis. [Borden et al] 12(3):22-23, 1996

    High-flow dural arteriovenous malformations in infants. [Borden et al] 12(4):12-17, 1996

    Pathophysiology of Type I spinal dural arteriovenous malformations. [Bederson and Spetzler] 12(2):23-32, 1996

    fistula, carotid-cavernous sinus 
    Endovascular treatment of orbital lesions. [Borden et al] 12(4):4-11, 1996

    fistula, cerebrospinal fluid 
    Postpenetrating trauma cerebrospinal fluid fistula. [Hamilton et al] 12(4):18-19, 1996

    G

    gliomas 
    What’s malignant about astrocytomas? Studies of brain tumor proliferation and migration. [Berens and Giese] 12(2):15-22, 1996

    H

    histiocytoma 
    Radiation-induced intracranial malignant fibrous histiocytoma with a 37-year latency: Case report. [Jones et al] 12(1):25-27, 1996

    history 
    Edwin A. Weinstein’s contributions to neuropsychological rehabilitation. [Prigatano and Weinstein] 11(4):10-20, 1995

    Hitler, Parkinson’s disease and history. [Lieberman] 11(3):4-21, 1995

     

    Hitler, Adolf 
    Hitler, Parkinson’s disease and history. [Lieberman] 11(3):4-21, 1995

    hypertension, venous 
    High-flow dural arteriovenous malformations in infants. [Borden et al] 12(4):12-17, 1996

    I

    infants 
    High-flow dural arteriovenous malformations in infants. [Borden et al] 12(4):12-17, 1996

    injury, spinal cord 
    Pharmacological management of spinal cord injury: Review of the literature. [Marciano et al] 11(2):2-11, 1995

    internal carotid artery 
    see carotid artery, internal

    ischemia 
    The future of acute stroke treatment: Lessons from laboratory and clinical research. [Frey] 11(3):26-27, 1995

    Pharmacological management of spinal cord injury: Review of the literature. [Marciano et al] 11(2):2-11, 1995

    L

    leukomalacia, periventricular 
    Neurosurgical management of spasticity in cerebral palsy. [Rekate] 11(1):2-10, 1995

    lipomatosis, epidural 
    Idiopathic spinal epidural lipomatosis: Report of two cases and review of the literature. [Flores et al] 11(3):22-25, 1995

    locomotion 
    The role of physical therapy in selective dorsal rhizotomy. [Stern] 11(1):19-24, 1995

    M

    magnetic resonance angiography 
    see angiography, magnetic resonance

    malformations, arteriovenous 
    see arteriovenous malformations

    malformations, cavernous 
    see cavernous malformations

    melanoma 
    Massive retinal melanoma. [Lawton and Spetzler] 12(1):28, 1996

    meningioma 
    Endovascular treatment of orbital lesions. [Borden et al] 12(4):4-11, 1996

    The orbitozygomatic-combined supra- and infratentorial approach: Technical note. [Lawton et al] 12(3):4-9, 1996

    migration, tumor cell 
    What’s malignant about astrocytomas? Studies of brain tumor proliferation and migration. [Berens and Giese] 12(2):15-22, 1996

    minimally invasive surgery 
    Thoracoscopic approaches for the treatment of anterior thoracic spinal pathology. [Dickman and Mican] 12(1):4-19, 1996

    myelopathy 
    Idiopathic spinal epidural lipomatosis: Report of two cases and review of the literature. [Flores et al] 11(3):22-25, 1995

    N

    neuropsychology 
    see also rehabilitation, neuropsychological
    Comprehensive program of external cuing to enhance procedural memory in a patient with dense amnesia. [Kime et al] 11(4):29-34, 1995

    Preparing patients for possible neuropsychological consequences after brain surgery. [Prigatano] 11(4):4-9, 1995
    Suicide in traumatically brain-injured patients: Risk and prevention. [Klonoff and Lage] 11(4):35-41, 1995

    neurotoxicity 
    Pharmacological management of spinal cord injury: Review of the literature. [Marciano et al] 11(2):2-11, 1995

    nursing 
    From coordinated care to case management: Neurosciences update. [Wekell et al] 11(2):19-23, 1995

    O

    occlusion, carotid 
    Endovascular occlusion of a vertebral artery-venous fistula in a patient with neurofibromatosis. [Borden et al] 12(3):22-23, 1996

    occupational therapy 
    see therapy, occupational

    ophthalmic artery 
    Endovascular treatment of orbital lesions. [Borden et al] 12(4):4-11, 1996

    opiates, endogenous 
    Pharmacological management of spinal cord injury: Review of the literature. [Marciano et al] 11(2):2-11, 1995

    orbit 
    Endovascular treatment of orbital lesions. [Borden et al] 12(4):4-11, 1996Massive retinal melanoma. [Lawton and Spetzler] 12(1):28, 1996

    orbitozygomatic approach 
    The orbitozygomatic-combined supra- and infratentorial approach: Technical note. [Lawton et al] 12(3):4-9, 1996

    outcome, patient 
    Preparing patients for possible neuropsychological consequences after brain surgery. [Prigatano] 11(4):4-9, 1995

    P

    Parkinson’s disease, postencephalitic 
    Hitler, Parkinson’s disease and history. [Lieberman] 11(3):4-21, 1995

    pharmacologic agents 
    Neurosurgical management of spasticity in cerebral palsy. [Rekate] 11(1):2-10, 1995

    Pharmacological management of spinal cord injury: Review of the literature. [Marciano et al] 11(2):2-11, 1995

    physical therapy 
    see therapy, physical

    pneumocephaly, intraventricular
    Postpenetrating trauma cerebrospinal fluid fistula. [Hamilton et al] 12(4):18-19, 1996

    proliferation, tumor cell 
    What’s malignant about astrocytomas? Studies of brain tumor proliferation and migration. [Berens and Giese] 12(2):15-22, 1996

    pseudoseizures 
    Differential response characteristics of patients with nonepileptic and epileptic seizures on a test of verbal learning and memory. [Bortz et al] 12(3):10-18, 1996

    R

    radiation therapy 
    Radiation-induced intracranial malignant fibrous histiocytoma with a 37-year latency: Case report. [Jones et al] 12(1):25-27, 1996

    radiculopathy 
    Idiopathic spinal epidural lipomatosis: Report of two cases and review of the literature. [Flores et al] 11(3):22-25, 1995

    rehabilitation, neuropsychological 
    Comprehensive program of external cuing to enhance procedural memory in a patient with dense amnesia. [Kime et al] 11(4):29-34, 1995

    Edwin A. Weinstein’s contributions to neuropsychological rehabilitation. [Prigatano and Weinstein] 11(4):10-20, 1995

    Productivity after neuropsychologically oriented milieu rehabilitation. [Prigatano et al] 11(4):21-28, 1995

    Suicide in traumatically brain-injured patients: Risk and prevention. [Klonoff and Lage] 11(4):35-41, 1995

    retinoblastoma 
    Radiation-induced intracranial malignant fibrous histiocytoma with a 37-year latency: Case report. [Jones et al] 12(1):25-27, 1996

    rhizotomy, dorsal 
    Criteria for selective dorsal rhizotomy. [Gregg] 11(1):11-13, 1995

    Neurosurgical management of spasticity in cerebral palsy. [Rekate] 11(1):2-10, 1995

    The role of occupational therapy in selective dorsal rhizotomy. [Webb] 11(1):25-26, 1995

    The role of physical therapy in selective dorsal rhizotomy. [Stern] 11(1):19-24, 1995

    Selective dorsal rhizotomy: Experience of the Children’s Rehabilitative Services. [Wong et al] 11(1):14-18, 1995

     

    S

    seizures 
    Differential response characteristics of patients with nonepileptic and epileptic seizures on a test of verbal learning and memory. [Bortz et al] 12(3):10-18, 1996

    selective dorsal rhizotomy 
    see rhizotomy

    shunting, cystoperitoneal 
    Surgical management of intracranial arachnoid cysts. [Lawton et al] 11(2):14-18, 1995

    significance, statistical 
    Statistical error, power and clinical significance. [Drumm] 11(2):24-30, 1995

    skull base 
    The orbitozygomatic-combined supra- and infratentorial approach: Technical note. [Lawton et al] 12(3):4-9, 1996

    The two-point method: Evaluating brain stem lesions. [Brown et al] 12(1):20-24, 1996

    spasticity 
    Criteria for selective dorsal rhizotomy. [Gregg] 11(1):11-13, 1995.

    Neurosurgical management of spasticity in cerebral palsy. [Rekate] 11(1):2-10, 1995

    The role of occupational therapy in selective dorsal rhizotomy. [Webb] 11(1):25-26, 1995

    The role of physical therapy in selective dorsal rhizotomy. [Stern] 11(1):19-24, 1995

    Selective dorsal rhizotomy: Experience of the Children’s Rehabilitative Services. [Wong et al] 11(1):14-18, 1995

    spinal cord 
    Idiopathic spinal epidural lipomatosis: Report of two cases and review of the literature. [Flores et al] 11(3):22-25, 1995

    Pathophysiology of Type I spinal dural arteriovenous malformations. [Bederson and Spetzler] 12(2):23-32, 1996

    Pharmacological management of spinal cord injury: Review of the literature. [Marciano et al] 11(2):2-11, 1995

    Thoracoscopic approaches for the treatment of anterior thoracic spinal pathology. [Dickman and Mican] 12(1):4-19, 1996

    statistics 
    Statistical error, power and clinical significance. [Drumm] 11(2):24-30, 1995

    stenosis, carotid 
    Asymptomatic carotid stenosis: A neurosurgeon’s perspective. [Zabramski] 12(3):24-25, 1996

    Asymptomatic carotid stenosis: Surgery’s the answer, but that’s not the question. [Frey] 12(3):26-27, 1996

    Idiopathic spinal epidural lipomatosis: Report of two cases and review of the literature. [Flores et al] 11(3):22-25, 1995

    stroke 
    Asymptomatic carotid stenosis: A neurosurgeon’s perspective. [Zabramski] 12(3):24-25, 1996

    Asymptomatic carotid stenosis: Surgery’s the answer, but that’s not the question. [Frey] 12(3): 26-27, 1996

    The future of acute stroke treatment: Lessons from laboratory and clinical research. [Frey] 11(3):26-27, 1995

    suicide 
    Suicide in traumatically brain-injured patients: Risk and prevention. [Klonoff and Lage] 11(4):35-41, 1995

    surgical approaches 
    see approaches, surgical

    T

    therapy, occupational 
    The role of occupational therapy in selective dorsal rhizotomy. [Webb] 11(1):25-26, 1995

    therapy, physical 
    The role of physical therapy in selective dorsal rhizotomy. [Stern] 11(1):19-24, 1995

    thoracoscopy 
    Thoracoscopic approaches for the treatment of anterior thoracic spinal pathology. [Dickman and Mican] 12(1):4-19, 1996

    transcochlear approach 
    The orbitozygomatic-combined supra- and infratentorial approach: Technical note. [Lawton et al] 12(3):4-9, 1996

    transfacial approach 
    Radiation-induced intracranial malignant fibrous histiocytoma with a 37-year latency: Case report. [Jones et al] 12(1):25-27, 1996

    trauma 
    Pharmacological management of spinal cord injury: Review of the literature. [Marciano et al] 11(2):2-11, 1995

    Postpenetrating trauma cerebrospinal fluid fistula. [Hamilton et al] 12(4):18-19, 1996

    A self-inflicted crossbow wound. [Porter et al] 12(2):33, 1996

    Suicide in traumatically brain-injured patients: Risk and prevention. [Klonoff and Lage] 11(4):35-41, 1995

    tremor 
    Hitler, Parkinson’s disease and history. [Lieberman] 11(3):4-21, 1995

    tumors 
    Endovascular treatment of orbital lesions. [Borden et al] 12(4):4-11, 1996

    Massive retinal melanoma. [Lawton and Spetzler] 12(1):28, 1996

    The orbitozygomatic-combined supra- and infratentorial approach: Technical note. [Lawton et al] 12(3):4-9, 1996

    Radiation-induced intracranial malignant fibrous histiocytoma with a 37-year latency: Case report. [Jones et al] 12(1):25-27, 1996

    Rupture of a dermoid tumor. [Lawton and Spetzler] 11(3):28-29, 1995

    What’s malignant about astrocytomas? Studies of brain tumor proliferation and migration. [Berens and Giese] 12(2):15-22, 1996

    U

    unawareness 
    Edwin A. Weinstein’s contributions to neuropsychological rehabilitation. [Prigatano and Weinstein] 11(4):10-20, 1995

    V

    vein of Galen malformation 
    High-flow dural arteriovenous malformations in infants. [Borden et al] 12(4):12-17, 1996

    vertebrectomy 
    Thoracoscopic approaches for the treatment of anterior thoracic spinal pathology. [Dickman and Mican] 12(1):4-19, 1996

    W

    Weinstein, Edwin A. 
    Edwin A. Weinstein’s contributions to neuropsychological rehabilitation. [Prigatano and Weinstein] 11(4):10-20, 1995

    work reentry 
    Productivity after neuropsychologically oriented milieu rehabilitation. [Prigatano et al]

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