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S. (1967), The treatment of dyskinesias by stereotaxic dentatectomy. Confin. Neurol. (Basel) 29, 93-100. Author's address: N. T. A. 4* Acta Neurochirurgica, Suppl. 24, 53--57 (1977) <1 by Springer-Verlag 1977 Istituto di Neurochirurgia della Universita di Torino, Italy New Aspects in the Surgical Treatment of Cerebral Palsy V. A. Fasano, R. Urciuoli, G. Broggi, G. Barolat-Romana, F. Benech, A. Ivaldi, and A. Sguazzi Posterior Functional Rhizotomy 180 cases of cerebral palsy with SpaStiCIty have been surgically treated since 1971.
Long-Term Assessment of Stereotactic Dentatotomy for Spasticity 45 Looking for the success in relation to the clinical picture (Table 3), the choreathetosis show surprisingly good results, but the number of cases are to small for critical judgment. The best surgical indication seems to be a syndrome with congenital spasticity (Little's disease and spasmodic tetra- or hemiplegia): about 50% of the cases had a fairly good result. ' , ,, Ratin g- Scnle , 2 0 5 1/2 2 3 year Fig. 2. Effect of dentatotomy on the rating scale of all 50 patients after 6 months, 2 years and 3 years poor indication.
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