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  • Author Index 1997-1998

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    A

    Apostolides, Paul J. 
    Hangman’s fracture. [Baskin et al] 14(1):24-25, 1998

    Persistent primitive trigeminal artery with and without aneurysm. [Apostolides et al] 13(4):34-35, 1997

    Staged surgical and endovascular treatment of a giant serpentine basilar artery aneurysm: Case report. [Apostolides et al] 13(2):20-24, 1997

    B

    Baskin, Jonathan J.
    Hangman’s fracture. [Baskin et al] 14(1):24-25, 1998

    Berens, Michael E. 
    . . . those left behind. Reflections on invasive, nonresectable glioma cells. [Berens and Treasurywala] 14(2):55-60, 1998

    Bernard, Karin
    Ascites after ventriculoperitoneal shunting associated with elevated levels of CSF protein. [Eder et al] 13(2):25-28, 1997

    Browner, Carol M.
    A nursing perspective of Gamma Knife treatment. [Browner and Hendrickson] 13(1): 41-48, 1997

    C

    Chen, Jeff W.
    Staged surgical and endovascular treatment of a giant serpentine basilar artery aneurysm: Case report. [Apostolides et al] 13(2):20-24, 1997

    Coons, Stephen W.
    Genetics of primary malignant gliomas. [Shapiro JR and Coons] 14(2):27-42, 1998

    Proliferation markers in the evaluation of gliomas. [Coons] 14(1):4-17, 1998

    D

    Daspit, C. Phillip
    A classification scheme for large glomus jugulare tumors extending intracranially: Experience with 22 patients. [Lawton et al] 14(1):18-23, 1998

    David, Carlos A. 
    Persistent primitive trigeminal artery with and without aneurysm. [Apostolides et al] 13(4):34-35, 1997

    Detwiler, Paul
    Hemangioblastoma with a “dural tail” sign: Case report. [Henn et al] 14(3):22-24, 1998

    Dickman, Curtis A.
    Bullet extracted from the craniovertebral junction via a transoral approach. [Vishteh and Dickman] 14(3):25-26, 1998

    Cervical myelopathy from dilated epidural veins: Case report of intracranial outflow obstruction treated with a sigmoid sinus-to-internal jugular vein bypass. [Vardiman et al] 14(2):13-17, 1998

    Internal fixation and fusion of the lumbar spine using threaded interbody cages. [Dickman] 13(3):4-25, 1997

    The laparoscopic approach for instrumentation and fusion of the lumbar spine. [Dickman et al] 13(3):26-36, 1997

    Odontoid screw fixation. [Konstantinou et al] 13(2):14-19, 1997

    Drumm, Denise A.
    Dementing Lewy body disease: Review of the literature. [Sparks et al] 14(3):4-12, 1998

    E

    Eder, Hans G. 
    Ascites after ventriculoperitoneal shunting associated with elevated levels of CSF protein. [Eder et al] 13(2):25-28, 1997

    The role of the Gamma Knife in the treatment of seizures. [Eder and Fisher] 13(1): 37-40, 1997

    F

    Fiedler, Jeffery A. 
    Physical aspects of stereotactic radiosurgery. [Fiedler] 13(1): 11-21, 1997

    Fisher, Robert S.
    The role of the Gamma Knife in the treatment of seizures. [Eder and Fisher] 13(1): 37-40, 1997

    G

    Greene, Karl A. 
    Enhancing rostral exposure for carotid endarterectomy: Technical report. [Greene et al] 14(3):18-21, 1998

    Gruber, Wilfried
    Ascites after ventriculoperitoneal shunting associated with elevated levels of CSF protein. [Eder et al] 13(2):25-28, 1997

    H

    Heiserman, Joseph E.
    Cervical myelopathy from dilated epidural veins: Case report of intracranial outflow obstruction treated with a sigmoid sinus-to-internal jugular vein bypass. [Vardiman et al] 14(2):13-17, 1998

    Hendrickson, Karl
    A nursing perspective of Gamma Knife treatment. [Browner and Hendrickson] 13(1): 41-48, 1997

    Henn, Jeffrey S.
    Hemangioblastoma with a “dural tail” sign: Case report. [Henn et al] 14(3):22-24, 1998

    Hoffmann, Beate
    Finger tapping and brain dysfunction: A qualitative and quantitative study. [Prigatano and Hoffmann] 13(4):14-18, 1997

    Holliday, Michael J.
    A classification scheme for large glomus jugulare tumors extending intracranially: Experience with 22 patients. [Lawton et al] 14(1):18-23, 1998

    K

    Karahalios, Dean G.
    Lumbar aneurysmal bone cyst treated with embolization, resection, and anterior-posterior fixation. [Vishteh et al] 13(2):29-30, 1997

    Kiris¸, Talat
    A classification scheme for large glomus jugulare tumors extending intracranially: Experience with 22 patients. [Lawton et al] 14(1):18-23, 1998

    Konstantinou, Dimitris
    Odontoid screw fixation. [Konstantinou et al] 13(2):14-19, 1997

    L

    Lawton, Michael T.
    A classification scheme for large glomus jugulare tumors extending intracranially: Experience with 22 patients. [Lawton et al] 14(1):18-23, 1998

    Persistent primitive trigeminal artery with and without aneurysm. [Apostolides et al] 13(4):34-35, 1997

    Staged surgical and endovascular treatment of a giant serpentine basilar artery aneurysm: Case report. [Apostolides et al] 13(2):20-24, 1997

    Surgical management of intracavernous carotid artery aneurysms: BNI experience. [Vishteh et al] 13(2):4-13, 1997

    Leber, Klaus A.
    Ascites after ventriculoperitoneal shunting associated with elevated levels of CSF protein. [Eder et al] 13(2):25-28, 1997

    Levi, Allan D. O.
    Odontoid screw fixation. [Konstantinou et al] 13(2):14-19, 1997

    Levy, Elad I.
    Hemangioblastoma with a “dural tail” sign: Case report. [Henn et al] 14(3):22-24, 1998

    Lieberman, A. N.
    Depression in Parkinson’s disease. [Lieberman] 13(4):27-33, 1997

    Long, Donlin M.
    A classification scheme for large glomus jugulare tumors extending intracranially: Experience with 22 patients. [Lawton et al] 14(1):18-23, 1998

    Lukas, Ronald J.
    Dementing Lewy body disease: Review of the literature. [Sparks et al] 14(3):4-12, 1998

    M

    Masferrer, Roberto
    The Gulf War syndrome: Is it really a new disorder? [Masferrer] 13(4):4-13, 1997

    McDougall, Cameron G.
    Hangman’s fracture. [Baskin et al] 14(1):24-25, 1998

    Lumbar aneurysmal bone cyst treated with embolization, resection, and anterior-posterior fixation. [Vishteh et al] 13(2):29-30, 1997

    McKenzie, John
    Staged surgical and endovascular treatment of a giant serpentine basilar artery aneurysm: Case report. [Apostolides et al] 13(2):20-24, 1997

    N

    Nayak, Meghana
    Differentiating patients with higher cerebral dysfunction from patients with psychiatric or acute medical illness using the BNI Screen for Higher Cerebral Deficits. [Rosenstein et al] 13(4):19-26, 1997

    P

    Porter, Randall W. 
    Hemangioblastoma with a “dural tail” sign: Case report. [Henn et al] 14(3):22-24, 1998

    Prigatano, George P.
    Differentiating patients with higher cerebral dysfunction from patients with psychiatric or acute medical illness using the BNI Screen for Higher Cerebral Deficits. [Rosenstein et al] 13(4):19-26, 1997

    Finger tapping and brain dysfunction: A qualitative and quantitative study. [Prigatano and Hoffmann] 13(4):14-18, 1997

    R

    Rekate, Harold L.
    Ascites after ventriculoperitoneal shunting associated with elevated levels of CSF protein. [Eder et al] 13(2):25-28, 1997

    Lumbar aneurysmal bone cyst treated with embolization, resection, and anterior-posterior fixation. [Vishteh et al] 13(2):29-30, 1997

    Rosenstein, Leslie D.
    Differentiating patients with higher cerebral dysfunction from patients with psychiatric or acute medical illness using the BNI Screen for Higher Cerebral Deficits. [Rosenstein et al] 13(4):19-26, 1997

    Russell, James C. 
    The laparoscopic approach for instrumentation and fusion of the lumbar spine. [Dickman et al] 13(3):26-36, 1997

    S

    Sankhla, Suresh K.
    A classification scheme for large glomus jugulare tumors extending intracranially: Experience with 22 patients. [Lawton et al] 14(1):18-23, 1998

    Surgical management of intracavernous carotid artery aneurysms: BNI experience. [Vishteh et al] 13(2):4-13, 1997

    Scheck, Adrienne
    Molecular biology of chemotherapy and resistance. [Scheck] 14(2):43-54, 1998

    Shapiro, Joan Rankin
    Genetics of primary malignant gliomas. [Shapiro JR and Coons] 14(2):27-42, 1998

    Issues related to the study of malignant brain tumors. [Shapiro JR] 14(2):15-26, 1998

    Shapiro, William R.
    The therapy of primary brain tumors. [Shapiro WR] 14(2):4-14, 1998

    Shetter, Andrew G.
    Gamma Knife radiosurgery for the treatment of acoustic neuromas. [Shetter] 13(1): 30-36, 1997

    Smith, Kris A.
    Metastatic brain tumors: Gamma Knife radiosurgery or microsurgical resection? [Smith] 13(1): 22-29, 1997

    Sonntag, Volker K. H.
    Hangman’s fracture. [Baskin et al] 14(1):24-25, 1998

    The laparoscopic approach for instrumentation and fusion of the lumbar spine. [Dickman et al] 13(3):26-36, 1997

    Lumbar aneurysmal bone cyst treated with embolization, resection, and anterior-posterior fixation. [Vishteh et al] 13(2):29-30, 1997

    Odontoid screw fixation. [Konstantinou et al] 13(2):14-19, 1997

    Sparks, D. Larry
    Dementing Lewy body disease: Review of the literature. [Sparks et al] 14(3):4-12, 1998

    Speiser, Burton L.
    Gamma Knife stereotactic radiosurgery: An overview. [Speiser] 13(1): 4-10, 1997

    Spetzler, Robert F.
    Cervical myelopathy from dilated epidural veins: Case report of intracranial outflow obstruction treated with a sigmoid sinus-to-internal jugular vein bypass. [Vardiman et al] 14(3):13-17, 1998

    A classification scheme for large glomus jugulare tumors extending intracranially: Experience with 22 patients. [Lawton et al] 14(1):18-23, 1998

    Enhancing rostral exposure for carotid endarterectomy: Technical report. [Greene et al] 14(3):18-21, 1998

    Hemangioblastoma with a “dural tail” sign: Case report. [Henn et al] 14(3):22-24, 1998

    Persistent primitive trigeminal artery with and without aneurysm. [Apostolides et al] 13(4):34-35, 1997

    Staged surgical and endovascular treatment of a giant serpentine basilar artery aneurysm: Case report. [Apostolides et al] 13(2):20-24, 1997

    Surgical management of intracavernous carotid artery aneurysms: BNI experience. [Vishteh et al] 13(2):4-13, 1997

    T

    Thompson, B. Gregory
    Cervical myelopathy from dilated epidural veins: Case report of intracranial outflow obstruction treated with a sigmoid sinus-to-internal jugular vein bypass. [Vardiman et al] 14(3):13-17, 1998

    Treasurywala, Sherri
    . . . those left behind. Reflections on invasive, nonresectable glioma cells. [Berens and Treasurywala] 14(2):55-60, 1998

    V

    Vardiman, Arnold B.
    Cervical myelopathy from dilated epidural veins: Case report of intracranial outflow obstruction treated with a sigmoid sinus-to-internal jugular vein bypass. [Vardiman et al] 14(3):13-17, 1998

    Vishteh, A. Giancarlo
    Bullet extracted from the craniovertebral junction via a transoral approach. [Vishteh and Dickman] 14(3):25-26, 1998

    Hangman’s fracture. [Baskin et al] 14(1):24-25, 1998

    Lumbar aneurysmal bone cyst treated with embolization, resection, and anterior-posterior fixation. [Vishteh et al] 13(2):29-30, 1997

    Surgical management of intracavernous carotid artery aneurysms: BNI experience. [Vishteh et al] 13(2):4-13, 1997

    Z

    Zabramski, Joseph M.
    Enhancing rostral exposure for carotid endarterectomy: Technical report. [Greene et al] 14(3):18-21, 1998

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