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Laligam Sekhar, MD, FACS, FAANS
Laligam Sekhar, MD, FACS, FAANS
Vice Chairman, Department of Neurological Surgery, University of washington
Verified email at uw.edu
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An extreme lateral approach to intradural lesions of the cervical spine and foramen magnum
CN Sen, LN Sekhar
Neurosurgery 27 (2), 197-204, 1990
5861990
Origin, growth, and rupture of saccular aneurysms: a review
LN Sekhar, RC Heros
Neurosurgery 8 (2), 248-260, 1981
5581981
Chordomas and chondrosarcomas of the cranial base: results and follow-up of 60 patients
E Gay, LN Sekhar, E Rubinstein, DC Wright, C Sen, IP Janecka, ...
Neurosurgery 36 (5), 887-897, 1995
5461995
Intracranial hemorrhage from aneurysms and arteriovenous malformations during pregnancy and the puerperium
MS Dias, LN Sekhar
Neurosurgery 27 (6), 855-866, 1990
5151990
Subtemporal-preauricular infratemporal fossa approach to large lateral and posterior cranial base neoplasms
LN Sekhar, VL Schramm, NF Jones
Journal of neurosurgery 67 (4), 488-499, 1987
4911987
Acoustic neuromas: results of current surgical management
WB Gormley, LN Sekhar, DC Wright, D Kamerer, D Schessel
Neurosurgery 41 (1), 50-60, 1997
4401997
The extended frontal approach to tumors of the anterior, middle, and posterior skull base
LN Sekhar, A Nanda, CN Sen, CN Snyderman, IP Janecka
Journal of neurosurgery 76 (2), 198-206, 1992
3911992
Extreme lateral transcondylar approach: technical improvements and lessons learned
RP Babu, LN Sekhar, DC Wright
Journal of neurosurgery 81 (1), 49-59, 1994
3511994
Temporary balloon test occlusion of the internal carotid artery: experience in 500 cases.
JM Mathis, JD Barr, CA Jungreis, H Yonas, LN Sekhar, D Vincent, ...
American Journal of Neuroradiology 16 (4), 749-754, 1995
3481995
Stroke risk after abrupt internal carotid artery sacrifice: accuracy of preoperative assessment with balloon test occlusion and stable xenon-enhanced CT.
ME Linskey, CA Jungreis, H Yonas, WL Hirsch, LN Sekhar, JA Horton, ...
American Journal of Neuroradiology 15 (5), 829-843, 1994
3141994
Operative management of tumors involving the cavernous sinus
LN Sekhar, AR Mřller
Journal of neurosurgery 64 (6), 879-889, 1986
3091986
Variations of the extreme-lateral craniocervical approach: anatomical study and clinical analysis of 69 patients
E Salas, LN Sekhar, IM Ziyal, AJ Caputy, DC Wright
Journal of Neurosurgery: Spine 90 (1), 206-219, 1999
3011999
Meningiomas involving the clivus: a six-year experience with 41 patients.
LN Sekhar, PJ Jannetta, LE Burkhart, JE Janosky
Neurosurgery 27 (5), 764-81; discussion 781, 1990
2921990
Posterior fossa meningiomas: surgical experience in 161 cases
F Roberti, LN Sekhar, C Kalavakonda, DC Wright
Surgical neurology 56 (1), 8-20, 2001
2912001
Patient outcome at long-term follow-up after aggressive microsurgical resection of cranial base chordomas
F Tzortzidis, F Elahi, D Wright, SK Natarajan, LN Sekhar
Neurosurgery 59 (2), 230-237, 2006
2822006
Long-term follow-up of patients with meningiomas involving the cavernous sinus: recurrence, progression, and quality of life
O De Jesús, LN Sekhar, HK Parikh, DC Wright, DP Wagner
Neurosurgery 39 (5), 915-920, 1996
2791996
Cerebral revascularization using radial artery grafts for the treatment of complex intracranial aneurysms: techniques and outcomes for 17 patients
LN Sekhar, JM Duff, C Kalavakonda, M Olding
Neurosurgery 49 (3), 646-659, 2001
2732001
Malfunctioning ventriculoperitoneal shunts: Clinical and pathological features
LN Sekhar, J Moossy, AN Guthkelch
Journal of neurosurgery 56 (3), 411-416, 1982
2651982
Anatomical study of the cavernous sinus emphasizing operative approaches and related vascular and neural reconstruction
LN Sekhar, J Burgess, O Akin
Neurosurgery 21 (6), 806-816, 1987
2581987
Surgical excision of meningiomas involving the clivus: preoperative and intraoperative features as predictors of postoperative functional deterioration
LN Sekhar, NKS Swamy, V Jaiswal, E Rubinstein, WE Hirsch, DC Wright
Journal of neurosurgery 81 (6), 860-868, 1994
2541994
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