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British Journal of Neurosurgery

Most Read and Most Cited Articles

These papers are listed as the British Journal of Neurosurgery Top Read Articles and Top Cited articles published in 2019. The British Journal of Neurosurgery is a leading international forum for debate in the field of neurosurgery. 

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Most Read Articles

Article TitleAuthor(s)VolumeIssue
Arachnoiditis ossificans associated with syringomyelia: a case reportChangbing Wang,Zhong Chen,Deyong Song & Tianhang Xuan336
IgG4-related disease presenting as intradural extramedullary lesion: a case report and review of the literatureKelly J. Bridges, Caitlin H. DeDeaux & Khoi D. Than335
The top 50 most-cited articles on low-grade glioma: a bibliometric analysisIbrahim Burak Atci, Hakan Yilmaz & Mustafa Yavuz Samanci332
The emerging role of leptin, Adiponectin and Visfatin in Ischemic/Hemorrhagic strokeNevin Ilhan, Solmaz Susam, Omer Canpolat &Oktay Belhan335
Parasagittal and parafalcine meningiomas: integral strategy for optimizing safety and retrospective review of a single surgeon seriesDaniel G. Eichberg, Amanda M. Casabella, Simon A. Menaker, Ashish H. Shah & Ricardo J. Komotar33
Carcinoid transformation of presacral dermoid cyst in patient with currarino syndrome: a case reportFrancesca Colombo, Petr Janous & Neil Buxton333
Encephaloduroateriosynangiosis (EDAS) in the management of Moyamoya syndrome in children with sickle cell diseaseAlexander Alamri, Pennylouise Hever, Jebet Cheserem, Catia Gradil, Sanj Bassi & Christos M. Tolias332

Most Cited Articles Published in 2019

Article Title Author(s)Volume Issue
Do older patients with acute or subacute subdural hematoma benefit from surgery?Dagmar Verbaan, Pepijn van den Munckhof, Gerrit J. Bouma, Jan Stam, Marieke E.S. Sprengers, Sander Bus, William P. Vandertop, Bertjan J. Kerklaan331
A prospective randomized clinical trial to evaluate the impact of intraoperative ventilation with high oxygen content on the extent of postoperative pneumocephalus in patients undergoing craniotomiesD. M. Prevedello, J. Fiorda-Diaz, N. Stoicea, S. Soghomonyan, A. A. Uribe, G. Sandhu, M. Abdel-Rasoul, S. D. Bergese, A. Gonzalez-Zacarias, L. M. Prevedello, D. Targonski
Guidelines for cauda equina syndrome. Red flags and white flags. Systematic review and implications for triageNicholas V. Todd
Decompressive craniectomy following traumatic brain injury: developing the evidence baseCarole Turner, Elizabeth A. Corteen, Barbara A. Gregson, Ivan Timofeev, Peter J. Kirkpatrick, Angelos G. Kolias, Gordon D. Murray, Marek Czosnyka, Peter J. Hutchinson, John D. Pickard, David K. Menon, Hadie Adams
The use of atorvastatin for chronic subdural haematoma: a retrospective cohort comparison study*G. K. Wong, Danny Tat Ming Chan, Stephanie Chi Ping Ng, Wai Sang Poon, David Chan, David Yuen Chung Chan, George Kwok Chu Wong, Tin Fung David Sun311
‘Scan-negative’ cauda equina syndrome: Evidence of functional disorder from a prospective case seriesStacey Thomson, Alan Carson, Niall Eames, Jon Stone, Rachel Kee, Ingrid Hoeritzauer, Carolynne M. Doherty292
Standards of care in cauda equina syndromeNick Todd, R. A. Dickson, N. V. Todd

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