All Relations between horizontal fiber system neuron and cerebellum

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Yukihiro Goto, Takuro Inou. Common trunk anomaly of the anterior and posterior inferior cerebellar artery in hemifacial spasm. Acta neurochirurgica vol issue 2022 35524812 the common trunk anomaly of the anterior and posterior inferior cerebellar artery (apc) is a variant artery that causes a hemifacial spasm (hfs). 2022-05-07 2022-05-09 Not clear
Luying Li, Hui Yang, Jie Li, Yijun Zeng, Peng Li, Ding Lei, Heng Zhan. Culprit vascular patterns and surgical outcomes of hemifacial spasm caused by an AICA segment passing between cranial nerve VII and VIII: A series of 25 cases. Clinical neurology and neurosurgery vol 207 issue 2021 34293657 to report the vascular anatomic characteristics and surgical outcomes of hemifacial spasm (hfs) caused by an anterior inferior cerebellar artery (aica) segment passing between cranial nerve vii (cn vii) and cranial nerve viii (cn viii). 2021-09-10 2022-01-14 Not clear
Yu Cui, Zhong-Xi Yang, Chun-Mei Wang, Zhan-Peng Zh. Appearance of cerebellar cyst following microvascular decompression to treat hemifacial spasm: a report of two cases and literature review. The Journal of international medical research vol 48 issue 7 2021 32701371 herein, the cases of two patients with hfs who developed ipsilateral cerebellar cyst following mvd are reported. 2021-05-14 2022-01-13 Not clear
Yu Iida, Kentaro Mori, Yosuke Kawahara, Issei Fukui, Katsuya Abe, Mutsuki Takeda, Tastu Nakano, Hiroki Taguchi, Motohiro Nomur. Hemifacial spasm caused by vertebral artery aneurysm treated by endovascular coil embolization. Surgical neurology international vol 11 issue 2020 33365193 recently, we treated a rare case of hfs caused by a saccular va aneurysm at the bifurcation of the posterior inferior cerebellar artery (pica), which was successfully treated by endovascular coil embolization, preserving the parent artery, and pica. 2020-12-31 2022-01-13 Not clear
Naoki Otani, Terushige Toyooka, Kazuya Fujii, Kosuke Kumagai, Satoru Takeuchi, Arata Tomiyama, Yasuaki Nakao, Takuji Yamamoto, Kojiro Wada, Kentaro Mor. \"Birdlime\" technique using TachoSil tissue sealing sheet soaked with fibrin glue for sutureless vessel transposition in microvascular decompression: operative technique and nuances. Journal of neurosurgery vol 128 issue 5 2019 28799873 those among the patients with hfs were the vertebral artery (va) in 3 patients, the va and aica in 4, the va and posterior inferior cerebellar artery (pica) in 3, the pica in 4, the aica in 1, the aica-pica in 3, and the pica and aica in 1. 2019-09-12 2022-01-13 Not clear
Ning Li, Wei-Guo Zhao, Chun-Hua Pu, Wen-Lei Yan. Quantitative study of the correlation between cerebellar retraction factors and hearing loss following microvascular decompression for hemifacial spasm. Acta neurochirurgica vol 160 issue 1 2018 29075904 this prospective study quantitatively measured the cerebellar retraction factors, including retraction distance, depth and duration, and evaluated their potential relationship to the development of hearing loss after microvascular decompression (mvd) for hemifacial spasm (hfs). 2018-06-26 2022-01-13 Not clear
Ning Li, Wei-Guo Zhao, Chun-Hua Pu, Wen-Lei Yan. Correlation Between Cerebellar Retraction and Hearing Loss After Microvascular Decompression for Hemifacial Spasm: A Prospective Study. World neurosurgery vol 102 issue 2017 28286281 this study prospectively investigated the relationship between cerebellar retraction factors measured on preoperative magnetic resonance and the development of postoperative hearing loss and evaluated their potential role in predicting the possibility of hearing loss after microvascular decompression (mvd) for hemifacial spasm (hfs). 2017-09-22 2022-01-13 Not clear
Hiroshi Shimano, Akinori Kondo, Soichiro Yasuda, Hiroto Inoue, Jun Morioka, Hiroshi Miwa, Osamu Kawakami, Kenichi Mura. Significance of Anomalous Anterior Inferior Cerebellar Artery-Posterior Inferior Cerebellar Artery Common Trunk Compression in Microvascular Decompression for Hemifacial Spasm. World neurosurgery vol 92 issue 2017 27155382 the anterior inferior cerebellar artery-posterior inferior cerebellar artery (aica-pica) common trunk anomaly is reportedly one of the most common vessel variants in the posterior circulation, but reports of hemifacial spasm (hfs) associated with aica-pica common trunk are very rare. 2017-08-31 2022-01-12 Not clear
Hiroto Inoue, Akinori Kondo, Hiroshi Shimano, Soichiro Yasuda, Kenichi Mura. Reappearance of Cranial Nerve Dysfunction Symptoms Caused by New Artery Compression More than 20 Years after Initially Successful Microvascular Decompression: Report of Two Cases. Neurologia medico-chirurgica vol 56 issue 2 2017 26804190 in case 1, the first mvd was performed for hfs caused by the posterior inferior cerebellar artery (pica) when the patient was 38 years old. 2017-04-28 2022-01-12 Not clear
Melina Castiglione, Morgan Broggi, Roberto Cordella, Francesco Acerbi, Paolo Ferrol. Immediate disappearance of hemifacial spasm after partial removal of ponto-medullary junction anaplastic astrocytoma: case report. Neurosurgical review vol 38 issue 2 2016 25382264 although a direct compression to the seventh cranial nerve (cn) by the anterior inferior cerebellar artery (aica) is generally the most frequent cause, secondary hfs may be related to other pathological conditions. 2016-01-28 2022-01-12 Not clear
Min Ho Lee, Hyun Seok Lee, Tae Keun Jee, Kyung Il Jo, Doo-Sik Kong, Jeong A Lee, Kwan Par. Cerebellar retraction and hearing loss after microvascular decompression for hemifacial spasm. Acta neurochirurgica vol 157 issue 2 2015 25514867 this retrospective study evaluated the length of cerebellar retraction and the changes of intraoperative brainstem auditory evoked potential (baep) during microvascular decompression (mvd), and assessed the predictive value of the hearing loss as a prognostic indicator for the treatment outcome of hemifacial spasm (hfs). 2015-08-03 2022-01-12 Not clear
R Chiaramonte, M Bonfiglio, A D'Amore, I Chiaramont. Developmental venous anomaly responsible for hemifacial spasm. The neuroradiology journal vol 26 issue 2 2013 23859243 typically, hfs is due to pulsatile compression by the anterior inferior cerebellar artery. 2013-08-20 2022-01-12 Not clear
Kazuyori Yagyu, Keitaro Sueda, Hideaki Shiraishi, Naoko Asahina, Kotaro Sakurai, Shinobu Kohsaka, Yutaka Sawamura, Shinji Saito. Direct correlation between the facial nerve nucleus and hemifacial seizures associated with a gangliocytoma of the floor of the fourth ventricle: a case report. Epilepsia vol 52 issue 12 2012 22050334 however, it is still controversial whether hfs is generated by the facial nerve nucleus or cerebellar cortex. 2012-01-25 2022-01-12 Not clear
Nordeyn Oulad Ben Taib, Mario Mant. Effects of trains of high-frequency stimulation of the premotor/supplementary motor area on conditioned corticomotor responses in hemicerebellectomized rats. Experimental neurology vol 212 issue 1 2008 18482725 these results (1) confirm the increased inhibition in the motor cortex contralaterally to the hemicerebellar ablation, (2) demonstrate for the first time that the cerebellum is necessary for tuning amplitudes of corticomotor responses following a peripheral nerve stimulation, (3) show that the application of lfs or hfs does not cancel the defect of excitability in the motor cortex for short isis, and (4) suggest that for longer isis, hfs could have interesting properties for the modulation of afferent inhibition in case of extensive cerebellar lesion. 2008-07-17 2022-01-12 Not clear
E Y Kim, H S Park, J J Kim, S C Lee, C K Ha, H C Par. A more basal approach in microvascular decompression for hemifacial spasm: the para-condylar fossa approach. Acta neurochirurgica vol 143 issue 2 2001 11459085 in view of the fact that a basal craniectomy in microvascular decompression (mvd) for hemifacial spasm (hfs) can minimize cerebellar retraction and expose the facial nerve root exit zone (fnrez) directly from below without placement of tension on the seventh-eighth cranial nerve complex, we used a more basal approach in 32 patients with typical hfs. 2001-12-04 2022-01-11 Not clear
K Abdeen, Y Kato, N Kiya, K Yoshida, T Kann. Neuroendoscopy in microvascular decompression for trigeminal neuralgia and hemifacial spasm: technical note. Neurological research vol 22 issue 5 2000 10935228 in hfs the most common offending vessels in 75% of cases were the posterior inferior cerebellar artery (pica) and anterior inferior cerebellar artery (aica) and in 25% of cases the vertebral artery (va). 2000-11-30 2022-01-11 Not clear
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