Published in Medical Imaging Law Weekly, December 27th, 2005
"Advances in endoscopic technology have afforded the neurosurgeon new avenues in the treatment of hydrocephalus, rendering many patients independent of shunts, thus averting shunt complications and failure," neurosurgeons in the United States explained. "Cerebral aqueductoplasty has gained popularity as an effective treatment for membranous and short-segment stenoses of the sylvian aqueduct."
"Traditionally, this procedure has been performed via a coronal approach, passing through the lateral ventricle, foramen of Monro, and...
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