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In this issue of Neurosurgery News, Drs. Nowicki, Gross, and Friedlander describe a novel in vitro model developed to better understand the formation of cerebral aneurysms.
Drs. McDowell and Wecht describe a department-sponsored study that evaluated the exclusive use of fixed pressure valves for cerebrospinal fluid diversion in an adult cohort.
Dr. Monaco and colleagues demonstrate that rates of auditory preservation in elderly patients undergoing Gamma Knife® radiosurgery for vestibular schwannomas are the same as for younger patients.
Dr. Amankulor and colleagues demonstrate the continued importance of bench-to-basic science research to develop new strategies for immunotherapy against glioblastomas. Drug delivery to the central nervous system has always presented a significant challenge due to the blood-brain barrier. Dr. Faraji describes important advances that have been developed to improve the control of drug delivery to the brain using electrokinetic transport.
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Nduka Amankulor, Michael McDowell, Edward Monaco III, Kamil W. Nowicki, Alp Ozpinar, Matthew Pease, Aparna Rao, Aleksandra Safonova, Daniel Wecht, and Xiaoran (Zel) Zhang have reported no relevant relationships with entities producing health care goods or services.
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