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  January-March 2015 | Vol 6 | Issue  1
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Special Article
Bioethics, neurosurgery, and integral healing
Atul Goel, Sehdev Kumar
The skills and expertise required for neurosurgery are awe-inspiring for people everywhere; who else but a neurosurgeon has the delicate and intricate skills to probe and heal the most vital part of h...
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Editorial
Retro-odontoid mass: An evidence of craniovertebral instability
Atul Goel
Retro-odontoid "bony" or "cartilagenous" mass has been referred to by various names including pseudotumor, inflammatory granulation tissue, degenerative fibrochondral-like tissue, and cystic deteriora...
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Editorial
Awake craniotomies for aneurysms, arteriovenous malformations, skull base tumors, high flow bypass, and brain stem lesions
Saleem I Abdulrauf
Craniotomies for glioma resection under conscious sedation (CS) have been well-documented in the literature for gliomas that are in or adjacent to eloquent areas. [1],[2],[3],[4],[5] To the best of ou...
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