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CNS Metastases Neurosurgery in the Aged

Author: Wolfgang Piotrowski; M Brock; Margareta Klinger
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1984.
Series: Advances in neurosurgery, 12.
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The computer tomograms of the brain were investigated in 195 patients in whom a primary carcinoma was known to be present. Metastases of bronchial and mammary carcinomas are most frequent. It is not possible to achieve a definite differentiation of brain metastases from known primary tumors. References 1. Kazner, E., Wende, S., Grumme, Th., Lanksch, W., Stochdorph, 0. : Computertomographie intrakranieller Tumoren.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Wolfgang Piotrowski; M Brock; Margareta Klinger
ISBN: 9783642693601 3642693601
OCLC Number: 851777152
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 346 pages 129 illustrations).
Contents: CNS Metastases --
Surgical Management of Metastatic Brain Tumors --
Site of the Primary in Intracranial Metastases --
Computer Tomographic Diagnosis of Intracranial Metastases --
Epileptic Seizures in Brain Metastases --
The Primary Symptoms of Intracranial Metastases --
Intracranial Melanomas --
Extradural Spinal Metastases --
A Retrospective Study of 197 Patients --
Spinal Metastases as the First Manifestation --
Should Patients with Extradural Spinal Tumors Undergo Operations? --
Posterior Stabilization of the Vertebral Column in Cases of Spinal Metastases --
Paraneoplastic Syndromes of the Central Nervous System --
Tumors in the Central Nervous System in the Presence of Malignant Extracranial Neoplasms --
Radiation Therapy of Metastases of the Brain and Spinal Cord --
Radiotherapy of Cerebral Metastases. CT-Findings and Effects of Radiotherapy --
Comparison of Radiotherapy Alone Compared with Surgery Plus Irradiation in Two Groups of Patients with Brain Metastases --
CT-Stereotaxy for Differential Diagnosis and Radiotherapy of Intracranial Metastases --
Chemotherapy of Brain Metastases --
Chemotherapy of Brain Metastases --
Successful Treatment of Brain Metastases in Breast Cancer Patients by Chemo-Hormono-Therapy --
Neurosurgery in the Aged --
Biological and Medical Aspects of Aging --
Plasticity of the Brain in Old Age --
Neurosurgical Operations in the Elderly: Risks Related to Medical Diseases --
Risks in Anesthesia with Particular Reference to the Elderly Patient --
Cerebro-Spinal Neurosurgery in the Elderly --
Thirty Years of Experience in Giessen --
Intracranial Tumors in Advanced Age --
Results of Neurosurgical Treatment in Older Patients with Intracranial and Spinal Tumors. Problems of the Pre-Operative Risks --
Follow-Up of Meningioma Patients Operated on at Higher Age --
Age Distribution, Histological Pattern and Recurrences of Intracranial Meningiomas --
Long-Term Follow-Up After Operations on Intracranial Meningiomas --
The Indications for Operation in Old Age --
The Importance of Clinical Follow-Up in Determining the Indications for Operations in Brain Metastases --
Long-Term Follow-Up After Operation on Benign Intraspinal-Extramedullary Tumors in Old Patients --
Cerebral Aneurysms in Elderly Patients --
Aneurysms in Elderly Patients --
Results of Treatment in Chronic Subdural Hematomas --
Chronic Subdural Hematomas Treated by Enlarged Burr-Hole Craniostomy and a Closed Drainage System. Retrospective Study of 120 Patients --
Chronic Subdural Hematoma in Geriatric Patients --
Factors Affecting Prognosis --
Sequelae and Prognosis of Cranio-cerebral Trauma in Elderly People --
Extra-dural Hematomas in Elderly. A Statistical Analysis of 58 Cases --
The Significance of Age in the Treatment and Prognosis of Intracerebral Hematomas --
Free Topics --
The Significance of Computer-Assisted Myelography (CAM) in the Diagnosis of Cervical Root Compression Syndromes --
Treatment of Hyper-Reflexive Detrusor Instability by Selective Sacral Nerve Blockade --
Modalities and Prognostic Aspects of SEP. Central Conduction Time in Severe Post-Traumatic Coma --
Brain Stem Auditory Evoked Potentials (BAEP) During and After Posterior Fossa Operations --
The Extent of Disturbed Brain Cell Energy State Under Normoxic Hypocapnia and During Arterial Hypoxia --
Measurement of Local Oxygen Partial Pressure (PO2) of the Brain Cortex in Cases of Brain Tumors --
Anoxic Incubation of Suspended Glial Cells. An In-Vitro Model of Cerebral Anoxia to Study Cytotoxic Brain Edema --
CBF, O2-Tension and 02-Metabolism in Vasogenic Brain Edema and the Effects of Dexamethasone and Nimodipine --
Venous-Neurogenic Regulation of Cerebral Blood Volume --
The Influence of Continuous Compared with Intermittent Increase in ICP on Brain Function. A Contribution to the Study of Barostabilization --
The Control of Increased Intracranial Pressure with Lidocaine --
Mediator Compounds in CSF of Neurosurgical Patients with Raised Intracranial Pressure --
Creatine Kinase Isoenzymes in Serum and CSF After Gradual Experimental Brain Injury. Its Relation to Prognostic Value or to Extent of Brain Damage --
Effects of Sodium Nitroprusside-Induced Deep Arterial Hypotension on Glucose and Energy Metabolism of the Cerebral Cortex of the Rat --
LRH-Induced LH-Secretion via Transventricular Transport (An Experimental and Clinical Study on the Hypothalamo-Adeno-Hypophyseal Regulation) --
Immunocytochemical Demonstration of GFAP in Brain Tumor Diagnosis. Possibilities and Limitations --
Morphologic Changes in Brain Tissue Following ultrasonic Aspiration.
Series Title: Advances in neurosurgery, 12.
Responsibility: edited by Wolfgang Piotrowski, Mario Brock, Margareta Klinger.

Abstract:

The computer tomograms of the brain were investigated in 195 patients in whom a primary carcinoma was known to be present. Metastases of bronchial and mammary carcinomas are most frequent. It is not possible to achieve a definite differentiation of brain metastases from known primary tumors. References 1. Kazner, E., Wende, S., Grumme, Th., Lanksch, W., Stochdorph, 0. : Computertomographie intrakranieller Tumoren. Berlin, Heidelberg, New York: Springer 1981 2. Nadjmi, M., Piepgras, U., Vogelsang, H. : Kranielle Computertomo graphie. Stuttgart: Thieme 1981 3. Penzholz, H. : Die metastatischen Erkrankungen des Zentralnerven systems bei besartigen Tumoren. Acta neurochir. Suppl. ~, 1968 4. ZUlch~ K.J. : Pathologische Anatomie der raumbeengenden intra kraniellen Prozesse. In: Handbuch der Neurochirurgie, Bd. III, Hrsg. Krenkel, W., Olivecrona, H., Tennis, W. Berlin: Springer 1956 18 Epileptic Seizures in Brain Metastases B. Neundorfer Klinik fUr Neurologie, Medizinische Hochschule LUbeck, Ratzeburger Allee 160, D-2400 LUbeck 1 Epileptic seizures are a frequent symptem ef intracranial space eccupying lesiens (4). The reperted frequency in the literature var ies between 13% and-abeut 50%. This apparent discrepancy can be ex plained by the different cempesitien ef different series with regard to. the patient's age, turner histelegy and lecatien (4). The mest frequently enceuntered finding in patients with symptematic seizures is a primary brain turner: at the tep ef the list eligedendregliemas, astrecytemas and meningiemas - at the bettem glieblastemas. Brain metastases are also.

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