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Early Results of Microsurgical Treatment of Acromegaly

.1097/00006123-200207000-00020 Lasio G Ferroli P Felisati G Broggi G Image-guided endoscopic transnasal removal of recurrent pituitary adenomas Neurosurgery 51 132 137 2002 [13] Leach P, Abou-Zeid AH, Kearney T, Davis J, Trainer PJ, Gnanalingham KK: Endoscopic transsphenoidal pituitary surgery: evidence of an operative learning curve. Neurosurgery 67:1205-1212, 2010 10.1227/NEU.0b013e3181ef25c5 Leach P Abou-Zeid AH Kearney T Davis J Trainer PJ Gnanalingham KK Endoscopic transsphenoidal pituitary surgery: evidence of an operative learning curve Neurosurgery 67 1205 1212 2010 [14] Spaziante R

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Surgical Clipping vs Endovascular Coiling for Newly Diagnosed and Recurrent Cerebral Aneurysms: an Update on the Current Literature. Single-Center Case Series

recurrent or residual lesions after coiling [ 9 ]. The ISAT revealed that rebleeding rates are 0,3% per year greater with coil embolization. Early rebleeding (during the first 30 days after treatment) was the most frequent: 1,9% for coiling vs 0,7% for clipping. Lanzino et al. mention that rebleeding rate in the first month after coil embolization might reach 2,7% 10. A follow up study of the patients treated in the ISAT was performed to compare the frequency and consequences of aneurysm recurrence. Retreatment was performed in 17.4% of patients after primary

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