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    • Biopsias Cerebrales Guiadas por estereotaxia con Marco en la Nueva era de la estereotaxia sin marco 

      Sánchez Rueda, Diana Marcela; Ordóñez-Rubiano, Edgar Gerardo; Rodríguez-Vargas, Saney; Ospina-Osorio, Jeisson; Patiño, Javier Gustavo (Bogotá: Fundación Universitaria de Ciencias de la SaludEspecialización En NeurocirugíaFacultad de Medicina, 2015-12-07)
      Introducción La biopsia cerebral por estereotaxia es utilizada cuando las lesiones estén en zonas funcionales importantes o en localizaciones profundas, cuando el paciente tenga muchos riesgos para cirugías abiertas o ...
    • Cutaneous Perivascular Epithelioid Cell Tumor of Gynecologic Origin Metastatic to Skin, Lung, Stomach, and Brain 

      Parra Medina, Rafael; Morales, Samuel D. (Wolters Kluwer HealthEstados Unidos, 2017)
      Regarding the first case report recently published by Navale et al1 about a skin perivascular epithelioid cell tumor (PEComa) with focal melanin pigmentation, we wish to present another exceptional case of a malignant ...
    • Fractal characterization of normal cerebral ventricles in t2-wheigthed magnetic resonance imaging 

      Velasco, Alejandro; Rodríguez, Javier O.; Ordoñez, Edgar G.; Ordoñez Rubiano, Edgar G.; Prieto, Signed E.; Correa, Catalina S.; Forero, Germán; Méndez, Laura; Bernal, Herbet; Valero, Laura P.; Hoyos, Natalia (Academia Mexicana de NeurologíaMéxico, 2017-10)
      Introduction: The fractal geometry describes adequately the irregularity of the natural objects such as the cerebral ventricles, which are irregular structures that can be characterized through the Box-Counting ...
    • Stereotactic frame-based guided brain biopsies: experience in a center in Latin America 

      Ordóñez-Rubiano, Edgar Gerardo; Rodríguez-Vargas, Saney; Ospina-Osorio, Jeisson; Zorro-Guío, Oscar Fernando; Patiño, Javier Gustavo; Sánchez Rueda, Marcela (Bogotá: Fundación Universitaria de Ciencias de la SaludEspecialización En NeurocirugíaFacultad de Medicina, 2018-05-30)
      Introduction: Stereotactic guided biopsies are chosen for deep-located lesions, as well as for those in eloquent areas, when the risk outweighs the benefit of an open procedure, or when open surgery has no advantage over ...