Spinal Epidural Lipomatosis Causing Lumbar Canal Stenosis: A Pictorial Essay on Radiological Grading and the Role of Bariatric Surgery Versus Laminectomy
Spinal epidural lipomatosis (SEL) is a rare condition characterized by an excessive accumulation of adipose tissue in the spinal canal that can have a compressive effect on intraspinal neuroanatomical structures, leading to clinical symptoms. Several different conservative and surgical treatment strategies have been proposed but the treatment and outcomes remain controversial. There is a lack of severity based evidence documenting the success of decompressive laminectomy in SEL and there are only anecdotal reports of clinico-radiological success with weight loss from bariatric surgery
Fourth‑generation bypass and fow reversal to treat a symptomatic giant dolichoectatic basilar trunk aneurysm
Background Giant dolichoectatic basilar trunk aneurysms have an unfavorable natural history and are associated with high morbidity, but their neurosurgical treatment is complex and challenging.
Methods Flow reversal reconstruction with fourth-generation bypass and proximal vertebral artery clip occlusion is performed via orbitozygomatic craniotomy with the Kawase approach under rapid ventricular pacing.
Conclusion Fourth-generation bypass is an innovative, technically challenging, and clinically efective tool in the treatment armamentarium for giant dolichoectatic basilar trunk aneurysms.
Management of Osteoporosis and Spinal Fractures: Contemporary Guidelines and Evolving Paradigms
De Novo Glioblastoma Masqueraded within a Hemispheric Dural Meningiomatosis: Rare Imaging Findings and Rationale for Two-Staged Resection
Introduction Collision tumors present as histologically different juxtaposed neoplasms within the same anatomical region, independent of the adjacent cell population. De novo intracranial collision tumors involving metachronous primary brain neoplasms alongside dural meningiomatosis are not well documented in the literature