ultrasonography of the vertebral canal in dogs.
According to a Cochrane review the current evidence regarding intraoperative
imaging is of low quality, but increased EOR in GBM is reported with iMRI.
Manual extraction of data from the electronic medical record (Table 1) included patient age at surgery, grade of VUR based upon the international reflux committee grading system , preoperative signs or symptoms of UTI, preoperative UCx, intraoperative
UCx, postoperative complications, and UTI(s) within the year after surgery.
Posterior nasal packing was placed from the inferior meatus to the posterior middle turbinate for occlusion to minimize intraoperative
retrograde bleeding into the posterior nasal cavity (Figure 2(b)).
To ensure that the term "intraoperative
brain shift" is distinct and no other papers are published with its synonyms such as "intraoperative
brain deformation," "intraoperative
brain distortion," and "intraoperative
cerebral surface deformation," we also searched for papers on PubMed, IEEE-Xplore, and Google with these synonyms but without the term "intraoperative
brain shift." No additional papers were found.
In this study, although the intraoperative
conventional ultrasonography (CUS) and CEUS were performed by a single doctor, the authors did not mention the experience and his technical level of expertise in performing the diagnostic procedure.
The aim of this study was to evaluate the degree of agreement between the intraoperative
FS reporting of CNS tumors and final histopathological diagnosis based on permanent paraffin section.
neuromonitoring market analysis considers sales from both outsourced IONM and insourced IONM.
We believe that the intraoperative
gross examination of colorectal specimens is a good value for the important information and improvement in specimen processing that it affords.
works with neurosurgeons and orthopedic spine surgeons to provide a turnkey suite of services that support intraoperative
neuromonitoring activities during invasive surgeries.
There are two principal techniques for establishing a rapid tissue diagnosis--frozen section and intraoperative
squash smear cytology (ISSC).
Inadvertent hypothermia developed in 74.30% of the patients (n: 107) (35.52[+ or -]0.69[degrees]C) in the intraoperative
phase (2) after the induction of anesthesia, and in 75.70% of the patients (n: 109) (35.43[+ or -]0.73[degrees]C) in the 24-hour postoperative phase (3) beginning with the entry into the recovery unit.