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  • Subject Index 2003-2004

    A

    acoustic neuroma
    see neuroma, acoustic

    affect
    Early cognitive and affective sequelae of traumatic brain injury: A study using the BNI Screen for Higher Cerebral Functions. [Borgaro and Prigatano] 19(3):28-33, 2003

    Alzheimer’s disease
    see disease, Alzheimer’s

    angiopathy, cerebral amyloid
    Cerebral amyloid angiopathy: Review and case report. [Aliabadi et al] 20(3):23-25, 2004

    angle, cerebellopontine
    Imaging of acoustic neuromas. [O’Rourke and Wallace] 20(4):14-21, 2004

    approaches, surgical
    Sacral amputation for sarcoma: Case report. [Hartl et al] 20(3):26-32, 2004

    Surgical approaches for resection of acoustic neuromas. [Gonzalez et al] 20(4):22-32, 2004

    Surgical management of hypothalamic hamartomas. [Feiz-Erfan et al] 20(1): 4-12, 2004

    Transcallosal resection of hypothalamic hamartoma: Case report. [Ng et al] 20(1):13-17, 2004

    apraxia, gait
    Clinical features of normal pressure hydrocephalus. [Fife] 19(2):10-15, 2003

    arthroplasty, spinal
    Spinal disk arthroplasty. [Gerber et al] 19(1):34-38, 2003

    audiometry
    Acoustic neuromas: Symptoms and diagnosis. [Kim et al] 20(4):7-13, 2004

    auditory brainstem implant
    see implantation, auditory brainstem

    B

    BAHA device
    Bone-anchored hearing aid (BAHA). [Syms] 20(4):48-50, 2004

    biomechanics
    Feasibility of a resorbable anterior cervical graft containment plate. [Ames et al] 19(1):26-33, 2003

    biopsy, stereotactic
    Stereotactic brain biopsy for Listeria rhomboencephalitis in a patient with Crohn’s disease. [Lemole et al] 19(4): 20-24, 2003

    BNI Screen for Higher Cerebral Functions
    An analysis of the construct-related and ecological validity of the BNI Screen for Higher Cerebral Functions by Peter J. Wass: A synopsis. [Prigatano] 20(2):4-6, 2004

    The BNI Screen for Children: Rationale and initial validation studies. [Prigatano] 20(2):27-32, 2004

    A fast clinical screening of higher cerebral functions: From MMSE to BNIS. [Truelle et al] 20(2):19-20, 2004

    Neuropsychological and phenomenological correlates of persons with dementia and patients with memory complaints but no dementia. [Prigatano and Borgaro] 20(2):21-26, 2004

    Reliability and validity studies for the German adaptation of the BNI Screen for Higher Cerebral Functions. [Momtazi] 20(2):13-15, 2004

    Replication and construct validation of the BNI Screen for Higher Cerebral Functions with a Swedish population. [Denvall et al] 20(2):7-12, 2004

    Wechsler IQ, Hong Kong List Learning Test, and the BNI Screen for Higher Cerebral Functions. [Lai and Prigatano] 20(2):16-18, 2004

    bone, formation of
    Targeted tissue engineering in spinal surgery. The bone morphogenetic proteins: Past, present, and future. [Ames et al] 19(1):4-16, 2003

    bone graft
    see graft, bone

    bone morphogenetic proteins
    see proteins, bone morphogenetic

    C

    cerebellopontine angle
    see angle, cerebellopontine

    cerebrospinal fluid
    see fluid, cerebrospinal

    cognition
    Early cognitive and affective sequelae of traumatic brain injury: A study using the BNI Screen for Higher Cerebral Functions. [Borgaro and Prigatano] 19(3):28-33, 2003

    computed tomography
    see imaging, diagnostic

    D

    deafness, single-sided
    Bone-anchored hearing aid (BAHA). [Syms] 20(4):48-50, 2004

    dementia
    Cerebral amyloid angiopathy: Review and case report. [Aliabadi et al] 20(3): 23-25, 2004

    Clinical features of normal pressure hydrocephalus. [Fife] 19(2):10-15, 2003

    Neuropsychological and phenomenological correlates of persons with dementia and patients with memory complaints but no dementia. [Prigatano and Borgaro] 20(2):21-26, 2004

    What causes normal pressure hydrocephalus? [Rekate] 19(2):4-9, 2003

    depression
    Memory complaints and depression in a young adult: Case report. [Prigatano and Caples] 19(4):28-31, 2003

    disease, Alzheimer’s
    Cerebral amyloid angiopathy: Review and case report. [Aliabadi et al] 20(3): 23-25, 2004

    disk, artifical
    Spinal disk arthroplasty. [Gerber et al] 19(1):34-38, 2003

    disk degeneration, repair of
    Spinal disk arthroplasty. [Gerber et al] 19(1):34-38, 2003

    Targeted tissue engineering in spinal surgery. The bone morphogenetic proteins: Past, present, and future. [Ames et al] 19(1):4-16, 2003

    diskectomy
    Feasibility of a resorbable anterior cervical graft containment plate. [Ames et al] 19(1):26-33, 2003

    disk herniation
    see herniation, disk

    E

    encephalitis
    Stereotactic brain biopsy for Listeria rhomboencephalitis in a patient with Crohn’s disease. [Lemole et al] 19(4):20-24, 2003

    engineering, tissue
    Targeted tissue engineering in spinal surgery. The bone morphogenetic proteins: Past, present, and future. [Ames et al] 19(1):4-16, 2003

    epilepsy
    Etiology and epileptogenesis of hypothalamic hamartomas: Opening the door. [Coons et al] 20(1):34-41, 2004

    Symptomatic seizures and epilepsy related to hypothalamic hamartomas. [Ng and Kerrigan] 20(1):18-22, 2004

    epilepsy, surgical treatment of
    Surgical management of hypothalamic hamartomas. [Feiz-Erfan et al] 20(1): 4-12, 2004

    Transcallosal resection of hypothalamic hamartoma: Case report. [Ng et al] 20(1):13-17, 2004

    F

    fluid, cerebrospinal
    Clinical features of normal pressure hydrocephalus. [Fife] 19(2):10-15, 2003

    What causes normal pressure hydrocephalus? [Rekate] 19(2):4-9, 2003

    fusion, spinal
    Bone graft harvest. [Galler and Sonntag] 19(4):13-19, 2003

    Feasibility of a resorbable anterior cervical graft containment plate. [Ames et al] 19(1):26-33, 2003

    Targeted tissue engineering in spinal surgery. The bone morphogenetic proteins: Past, present, and future. [Ames et al] 19(1):4-16, 2003

    G

    graft, bone
    Bone graft harvest. [Galler and Sonntag] 19(4):13-19, 2003

    Targeted tissue engineering in spinal surgery. The bone morphogenetic proteins: Past, present, and future. [Ames et al] 19(1):4-16, 2003

    H

    hamartoma, hypothalamic
    The Barrow Hypothalamic Hamartoma Program. [Varland] 20(1):42-45, 2004

    Etiology and epileptogenesis of hypothalamic hamartomas: Opening the door. [Coons et al] 20(1):34-41, 2004

    High-resolution magnetic resonance imaging of hypothalamic hamartomas. [Prenger et al] 20(1):23-26, 2004

    The neuropsychological examination of children with hypothalamic hamartomas: Preliminary observations. [Prigatano et al] 20(1):27-33, 2004

    Surgical management of hypothalamic hamartomas. [Feiz-Erfan et al] 20(1): 4-12, 2004

    Symptomatic seizures and epilepsy related to hypothalamic hamartomas. [Ng and Kerrigan] 20(1):18-22, 2004

    Transcallosal resection of hypothalamic hamartoma: Case report. [Ng et al] 20(1):13-17, 2004

    hearing aid
    Auditory brainstem implantation. [Lekovic et al] 20(4):40-47, 2004

    Bone-anchored hearing aid (BAHA). [Syms] 20(4):48-50, 2004

    hearing loss
    Acoustic neuromas: Symptoms and diagnosis. [Kim et al] 20(4):7-13, 2004

    Bone-anchored hearing aid (BAHA). [Syms] 20(4):48-50, 2004

    hematoma
    Pleomorphic xanthoastrocytoma presenting with intraparenchymal and subdural hematoma: Case report. [Deshmukh et al] 20(3):18-22, 2004

    hemorrhage, intracerebral
    Cerebral amyloid angiopathy: Review and case report. [Aliabadi et al] 20(3): 23-25, 2004

    herniation, disk
    Herniated lumbar disk sequestered between the internal and external dural sleeves: Case report. [Klopfenstein et al] 19(4):25-27, 2003

    history
    The history of neuroscience nursing: A Barrow perspective. [Prendergast] 19(4):4-12, 2003

    hydrocephalus
    Clinical features of normal pressure hydrocephalus. [Fife] 19(2):10-15, 2003

    Early neurorehabilitation for patients with normal pressure hydrocephalus. [Borgaro and Alcott] 19(2):29-31, 2003

    Normal pressure hydrocephalus: Diagnostic imaging and prognostic assessment. [Aho and Karis] 19(2):16-22, 2003

    Treatment of normal pressure hydrocephalus. [Rekate] 19(2):23-28, 2003

    What causes normal pressure hydrocephalus? [Rekate] 19(2):4-9, 2003

    hypothalamic hamartoma
    see hamartoma, hypothalamic

    I

    image guidance
    The application of image guidance to challenging spinal surgery cases. [Nottmeier et al] 19(1):17-25, 2003

    imaging, diagnostic
    High-resolution magnetic resonance imaging of hypothalamic hamartomas. [Prenger et al] 20(1):23-26, 2004

    Imaging of acoustic neuromas. [O’Rourke and Wallace] 20(4):14-21, 2004

    Normal pressure hydrocephalus: Diagnostic imaging and prognostic assessment. [Aho and Karis] 19(2):16-22, 2003

    Prognostic utility of magnetic resonance imaging in traumatic brain injury. [Horn et al] 19(3):11-13, 2003

    imaging, radiographic
    Acoustic neuromas: Symptoms and diagnosis. [Kim et al] 20(4):7-13, 2004

    implantation, auditory brainstem
    Auditory brainstem implantation. [Lekovic et al] 20(4):40-47, 2004

    In memoriam
    In memoriam: Hal Watson Pittman, MD. 20(4):51, 2004

    incontinence, urinary
    Clinical features of normal pressure hydrocephalus. [Fife] 19(2):10-15, 2003

    injury, brain
    An analysis of the construct-related and ecological validity of the BNI Screen for Higher Cerebral Functions by Peter J. Wass: A synopsis. [Prigatano] 20(2):4-6, 2004

    The BNI Screen for Children: Rationale and initial validation studies. [Prigatano] 20(2):27-32, 2004

    Craniectomy for traumatic brain injury. [Chang et al] 19(3):14-17, 2003

    A fast clinical screening of higher cerebral functions: From MMSE to BNIS. [Truelle et al] 20(2):19-20, 2004

    Reliability and validity studies for the German adaptation of the BNI Screen for Higher Cerebral Functions. [Momtazi] 20(2):13-15, 2004

    Replication and construct validation of the BNI Screen for Higher Cerebral Functions with a Swedish population. [Denvall et al] 20(2):7-12, 2004

    Standardization study of the BNI Affect Test [Borgaro] 20(3):7-13, 2004

    injury, spinal cord
    Emergent treatment of acute spinal cord injuries: Current status. [Papadopoulos] 19(3):24-27, 2003

    injury, traumatic
    Diagnosis and management of blunt traumatic vascular injuries to the cervical carotid and vertebral arteries. [Han et al] 19(3):18-23, 2003

    Early cognitive and affective sequelae of traumatic brain injury: A study using the BNI Screen for Higher Cerebral Functions. [Borgaro and Prigatano] 19(3):28-33, 2003

    Emergent treatment of acute spinal cord injuries: Current status. [Papadopoulos] 19(3):24-27, 2003

    Prognostic utility of magnetic resonance imaging in traumatic brain
    injury. [Horn et al] 19(3):11-13, 2003

    instrumentation, resorbable
    Feasibility of a resorbable anterior cervical graft containment plate. [Ames et al] 19(1):26-33, 2003

    Targeted tissue engineering in spinal surgery. The bone morphogenetic proteins: Past, present, and future. [Ames et al] 19(1):4-16, 2003

    instrumentation, spinal
    The application of image guidance to challenging spinal surgery cases. [Nottmeier et al] 19(1):17-25, 2003

    Feasibility of a resorbable anterior cervical graft containment plate. [Ames et al] 19(1):26-33, 2003

    Targeted tissue engineering in spinal surgery. The bone morphogenetic proteins: Past, present, and future. [Ames et al] 19(1):4-16, 2003

    instruments, surgical
    Ultrasonic aspirator tip variations: Instrumentation assessment. [Klopfenstein and Spetzler] 20(3):4-6, 2004

    L

    labyrinthectomy, partial
    Surgical approaches for resection of acoustic neuromas. [Gonzalez et al] 20(4):22-32, 2004

    ligaments, repair of
    Targeted tissue engineering in spinal surgery. The bone morphogenetic proteins: Past, present, and future. [Ames et al] 19(1):4-16, 2003

    M

    magnetic resonance imaging
    see imaging, diagnostic

    memory
    Memory complaints and depression in a young adult: Case report. [Prigatano and Caples] 19(4):28-31, 2003

    modeling, mathematical
    What causes normal pressure hydrocephalus? [Rekate] 19(2):4-9, 2003

    N

    nerve, vestibulocochlear
    Imaging of acoustic neuromas. [O’Rourke and Wallace] 20(4):14-21, 2004

    see also neuroma, acoustic

    neurofibromatosis type 2
    Auditory brainstem implantation. [Lekovic et al] 20(4):40-47, 2004

    neuroma, acoustic
    Acoustic neuromas: Symptoms and diagnosis. [Kim et al] 20(4):7-13, 2004

    Auditory brainstem implantation. [Lekovic et al] 20(4):40-47, 2004

    The Barrow Acoustic Neuroma Center. [Varland] 20(4):4-6, 2004

    Imaging of acoustic neuromas. [O’Rourke and Wallace] 20(4):14-21, 2004

    Stereotactic radiosurgery in the management of acoustic neuromas. [Porter et al] 20(4):33-39, 2004

    Surgical approaches for resection of acoustic neuromas. [Gonzalez et al] 20(4):22-32, 2004

    neuropsychology
    An analysis of the construct-related and ecological validity of the BNI Screen for Higher Cerebral Functions by Peter J. Wass: A synopsis. [Prigatano] 20(2):4-6, 2004

    The BNI Screen for Children: Rationale and initial validation studies. [Prigatano] 20(2):27-32, 2004

    A fast clinical screening of higher cerebral functions: From MMSE to BNIS. [Truelle et al] 20(2):19-20, 2004

    Memory complaints and depression in a young adult: Case report. [Prigatano and Caples] 19(4):28-31, 2003

    The neuropsychological examination of children with hypothalamic hamartomas: Preliminary observations. [Prigatano et al] 20(1):27-33, 2004

    Neuropsychological and phenomenological correlates of persons with dementia and patients with memory complaints but no dementia. [Prigatano and Borgaro] 20(2):21-26, 2004

    Reliability and validity studies for the German adaptation of the BNI Screen for Higher Cerebral Functions. [Momtazi] 20(2):13-15, 2004

    Replication and construct validation of the BNI Screen for Higher Cerebral Functions with a Swedish population. [Denvall et al] 20(2):7-12, 2004

    Wechsler IQ, Hong Kong List Learning Test, and the BNI Screen for Higher Cerebral Functions. [Lai and Prigatano] 20(2):16-18, 2004

    neurotrauma
    Neurotrauma: Current trends and future needs. [Harrington] 19(3):4-6, 2003

    see also trauma

    nursing, neuroscience
    The history of neuroscience nursing: A Barrow perspective. [Prendergast] 19(4):4-12, 2003

    Nurse practitioners at Barrow Neurological Institute [Ryan] 20(3):14-17, 2004

    P

    pathophysiology
    What causes normal pressure hydrocephalus? [Rekate] 19(2):4-9, 2003

    pressure, intracranial
    Craniectomy for traumatic brain injury. [Chang et al] 19(3):14-17, 2003

    What causes normal pressure hydrocephalus? [Rekate] 19(2):4-9, 2003

    proteins, bone morphogenetic
    Targeted tissue engineering in spinal surgery. The bone morphogenetic proteins: Past, present, and future. [Ames et al] 19(1):4-16, 2003

    pseudotumor cerebri
    What causes normal pressure hydrocephalus? [Rekate] 19(2):4-9, 2003

    R

    radiosurgery
    Stereotactic radiosurgery in the management of acoustic neuromas. [Porter et al] 20(4):33-39, 2004

    rehabilitation, neuropsychological
    Early cognitive and affective sequelae of traumatic brain injury: A study using the BNI Screen for Higher Cerebral Functions. [Borgaro and Prigatano] 19(3):28-33, 2003

    Early neurorehabilitation for patients with normal pressure hydrocephalus. [Borgaro and Alcott] 19(2):29-31, 2003

    resorbable implants
    Feasibility of a resorbable anterior cervical graft containment plate. [Ames et al] 19(1):26-33, 2003

    S

    sacrectomy
    Sacral amputation for sarcoma: Case report. [Hartl et al] 20(3):26-32, 2004

    sarcoma
    Sacral amputation for sarcoma: Case report. [Hartl et al] 20(3):26-32, 2004

    schwannoma, vestibular
    see neuroma, acoustic

    seizures
    Surgical management of hypothalamic hamartomas. [Feiz-Erfan et al] 20(1):4-12, 2004

    see also epilepsy

    shunts, CSF
    Clinical features of normal pressure hydrocephalus. [Fife] 19(2):10-15, 2003

    What causes normal pressure hydrocephalus? [Rekate] 19(2):4-9, 2003

    spinal fusion
    see fusion, spinal

    stereotaxy
    Stereotactic brain biopsy for Listeria rhomboencephalitis in a patient with Crohn’s disease. [Lemole et al] 19(4):20-24, 2003

    Stereotactic radiosurgery in the management of acoustic neuromas. [Porter et al] 20(4):33-39, 2004

    surgery, skull base
    The Barrow Hypothalamic Hamartoma Program. [Varland] 20(1):42-45, 2004

    surgery, spinal
    The application of image guidance to challenging spinal surgery cases. [Nottmeier et al] 19(1):17-25, 2003

    Bone graft harvest. [Galler and Sonntag] 19(4):13-19, 2003

    surgery, for trauma
    The case for designated neurotrauma referral centers in the United States. [Bullock et al] 19(3):7-10, 2003

    Craniectomy for traumatic brain injury. [Chang et al] 19(3):14-17, 2003

    Diagnosis and management of blunt traumatic vascular injuries to the cervical carotid and vertebral arteries. [Han et al] 19(3):18-23, 2003

    Emergent treatment of acute spinal cord injuries: Current status. [Papadopoulos] 19(3):24-27, 2003

    surgical approaches
    see approaches, surgical

    T

    testing, neuropsychological
    Memory complaints and depression in a young adult: Case report. [Prigatano and Caples] 19(4):28-31, 2003

    The neuropsychological examination of children with hypothalamic hamartomas: Preliminary observations. [Prigatano et al] 20(1):27-33, 2004

    Standardization study of the BNI Affect Test [Borgaro] 20(3):7-13, 2004

    see also BNI Screen for Higher Cerebral Functions

    trauma
    The case for designated neurotrauma referral centers in the United States. [Bullock et al] 19(3):7-10, 2003

    Craniectomy for traumatic brain injury. [Chang et al] 19(3):14-17, 2003

    Diagnosis and management of blunt traumatic vascular injuries to the cervical carotid and vertebral arteries. [Han et al] 19(3):18-23, 2003

    Emergent treatment of acute spinal cord injuries: Current status. [Papadopoulos] 19(3):24-27, 2003

    Neurotrauma: Current trends and future needs. [Harrington] 19(3):4-6, 2003

    Prognostic utility of magnetic resonance imaging in traumatic brain injury. [Horn et al] 19(3):11-13, 2003

    tumors
    Acoustic neuromas: Symptoms and diagnosis. [Kim et al] 20(4):7-13, 2004

    The Barrow Acoustic Neuroma Center. [Varland] 20(4):4-6, 2004

    Imaging of acoustic neuromas. [O’Rourke and Wallace] 20(4):14-21, 2004

    Pleomorphic xanthoastrocytoma presenting with intraparenchymal and subdural hematoma: Case report. [Deshmukh et al] 20(3):18-22, 2004

    Sacral amputation for sarcoma: Case report. [Hartl et al] 20(3):26-32, 2004

    Stereotactic radiosurgery in the management of acoustic neuromas. [Porter et al] 20(4):33-39, 2004

    Surgical approaches for resection of acoustic neuromas. [Gonzalez et al] 20(4):22-32, 2004

    V

    ventriculostomy, third
    Treatment of normal pressure hydrocephalus. [Rekate] 19(2):23-28, 2003

    vestibulocochlear nerve
    see nerve, vestibulocochlear

    X

    xanthoastrocytoma, pleomorphic
    Pleomorphic xanthoastrocytoma presenting with intraparenchymal and subdural hematoma: Case report. [Deshmukh et al] 20(3):18-22, 2004

     

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