1999
DOI: 10.1590/s0004-282x1999000400013
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Abstract: Analisamos 75 pacientes com lesões do sistema nervoso central submetidos a biópsia estereotáxica no período de março de 1993 a dezembro de 1998 na Universidade Federal de São Paulo - Escola Paulista de Medicina. As três lesões mais frequentes foram: metástase, astrocitoma de baixo grau e glioblastoma multiforme. O índice de morbidade foi 2,66% decorrente de: infecção de ferida operatória em uma paciente portadora de cisto talâmico; e de um paciente com linfoma que apresentou crise convulsiva parcial motora dur… Show more

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“…It is well known that glioma biopsies tends to have higher post-operative hemorrhage rates, specially those located at eloquent areas and deep seated 17 . Mortality related to volumous post-operative hemorrhage found on our study are compared to those found in the literature, i.e., 2.7% for neuronavigation group, and 1.9% for framebased biopsies 6,30 . That is why patients with hemorrhage at biopsy site on CT-scan must stay on hospital for observation and new imaging 6 .…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 45%
“…It is well known that glioma biopsies tends to have higher post-operative hemorrhage rates, specially those located at eloquent areas and deep seated 17 . Mortality related to volumous post-operative hemorrhage found on our study are compared to those found in the literature, i.e., 2.7% for neuronavigation group, and 1.9% for framebased biopsies 6,30 . That is why patients with hemorrhage at biopsy site on CT-scan must stay on hospital for observation and new imaging 6 .…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 45%