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Volume 22(2); June 2020

Original Article
53 Risk factors of postoperative remote intracerebral hemorrhage after craniotomy for ruptured cerebral aneurysms
Insu Lee1, Cheol Wan Park1,2, Chan Jong You1,2, Dae Han Choi1,2, Kwangwoo Park1,2, Young Bo Kim1, Woo Kyung Kim1, Gi-Taek Yee1, Myeong-Jin Kim1, Eun Young Kim1
65 Minipterional craniotomy for surgical clipping of anterior circulation aneurysms: compatibility between the feasibility, safety and efficiency
Jung-Sik Park, Min-Yong Kwon, Chang-Young Lee
78 Treatment outcome after coiling or clipping for elderly patients with unruptured intracranial aneurysms
Woo Cheul Cho1, Yong Sam Shin1, Bum-soo Kim2, Jai Ho Choi1
Case Report
85 Microvascular decompression of the posterior cerebral artery for treatment of oculomotor nerve palsy
I. Jonathan Pomeraniec1, Dale Ding2, Alexander Ksendzovsky3, Kenneth C. Liu4
90 Unusual presentation of infectious intracranial aneurysm with sequential hemorrhagic and ischemic components
Tae Woong Bae1, Jaewoo Chung1, Jae Sung Ahn2, Jung Ho Ko1
Technical Note
97 A safer endovascular technique for pre-operative embolization of juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibroma: avoiding the pitfalls of external carotid artery – internal carotid artery anastomoses
David Rosenbaum-Halevi1, Victor Lopez-Rivera1, Ali Turkmani2, Aditya Sanzgiri3, Hussein A. Zeineddine4, Amber Luong5, Peng Roc Chen4

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