Current Issue(Volume 4 Issue 1)

Case Report

Primary Squamous Papillary-Type Craniopharyngioma in the Cerebellopontine Angle: Report of Two Cases

Authors: Miyakoshi A, Kohno M, Sora S, Sato H and Yokoyama M

Type: Case Report   

Research Article

The Medial Cord – Anterior Upper Trunk (MC-aut) Nerve Transfer in Brachial Plexus Injuries. Technique and Results

Authors: Ferraresi S*, Basso E, Maistrello L, Lucchin F and Di Pasquale P

Type: Research Article   

Review Article

Surgical Management of Adult Glioma: A Contemporary Approach

Authors: Altshule D and Jumper SLH*

Type: Review Article   

Special Article - Brachial Plexus Injury

Anatomical Feasibility of Pronator Quadratus to Deep Branch of the Ulnar Nerve Transfer: Is Tension-Free Anastomosis Always Achievable?

Authors: García J*, Martinez F, Fleitas F, Garbarino B, Cerchiari E, Millán C and Pinazzo S

Type: Special Article - Brachial Plexus Injury   

Special Article - Brachial Plexus Injury

Technical Note: Spinal-Accessory to Suprascapular Nerve Transfer by Posterior Approach

Authors: Martínez F*

Type: Special Article - Brachial Plexus Injury   

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 About the Journal  

Austin Neurosurgery: Open Access is an open access, peer reviewed, scholarly journal committed to publication of unique contributions concerned with the prevention, analysis, cure, and rehabilitation of disorders which affect any section of the nervous system including the peripheral nerves, brain, extra-cranial cerebrovascular system, and spinal cord.

Featured Article

Management of Diffuse Lesions in Traumatic Brain Injury in Brazil

Abstract Diffuse traumatic brain injuries are due to tangential forces that cause encephalic rotation inside the skull. This leads to distension⁄rupture of axons or even vascular structures in different encephalic regions

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