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All patients had the thalamic CA completely removed without any postoperative deterioration. Conclusions. This study suggests that for the removal of thalamic cavernous angioma the paraculminar supracerebellar infratentorial transtentorial approach provides the spacious surgical field with reduced risks of damaging and sacrificing surrounding vascular and neuronal system. This approach could proffer one of the best and safest surgical routes for the radical removal of thalamic cavernous angioma.
Pozzati  suggested an early increase of bleeding risk after radiosurgery for thalamic CA. A recent study  reported the outcome following gamma knife surgery (GKS) for brain CAs. 5%. In addition, Karlsson et al.  do not support GKS for CAs because of the relatively high risk of complications. Therefore, we suggest that surgical resection should be performed in symptomatic patients with thalamic CA, especially if the lesion is located at the thalamic surface close to the CSF space. On the other hand, deep-seated lesions inside the thalamus are considered unfavourable for microsurgical removal since the circumferential critical structure limits radical resection.
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