Mahmoud G Nagib

Mahmoud G Nagib

Neurosurgical Associates, Ltd., Minneapolis, Minnesota | Children's Hospitals and Clinics, Department of Hematology/Oncology, Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota | From the ...

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Neurosurgical Associates, Ltd., Minneapolis, Minnesota


Children's Hospitals and Clinics, Department of Hematology/Oncology, Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota


From the Department of Neurosurgery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Neurosurgical Associates Ltd., Children’s Hospitals and Clinics, Minneapolis, Minn., USA


Children’s Hospitals & Clinics, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA


Neurosurgical Associates, Ltd., and Children’s Health Care, Minneapolis, Minn., USA


Neurosurgical Associates, Ltd., and Children’s Health Care Minneapolis, Minn., USA


Minneapolis Children’s Medical Center, Minneapolis, Minn., USA


Neurosurgical Associates, Ltd., 825 South Eighth Street, Suite 1106, 55404, Minneapolis, MN, USA


Division of Neurosurgery, Hennepin County Medical Center, and Department of Neurosurgery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota


Department of Neurosurgery, Hennepin County Medical Center, and Neurological Associates, Ltd., Minneapolis, Minnesota


Department of Surgery, Division of Neurosurgery, Hennepin County Medical Center, 701 Park Avenue, 55415, Minneapolis, MN, USA


Departments of Neurosurgery and Pathology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, and Department of Neurosurgery, St. Paul-Ramsey Medical Center, St. Paul, Minnesota


Departments of Neurosurgery, University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis, Minnesota


Prominent publications by Mahmoud G Nagib

KOL Index score: 8230

BACKGROUND: A review of the choroid plexus papilloma of the lateral ventricle in the pediatric age group is presented. The characteristic clinical features, imaging studies, preoperative, and operative approaches, as well as complications, will be included.

METHODS: Among a group of 24 patients with ventricular choroid plexus papilloma treated by the authors over a 12-year period, seven patients were selected for this study. The selection included patients under the age of 8 years at the ...

Known for Lateral Ventricle |  Choroid Plexus Papilloma |  Magnetic Resonance |  Pediatric Age |  8 Years
KOL Index score: 7289

A review of 16 pediatric patients examined and treated from 1987 to 1991 is presented. The purpose for this review was to examine the different initial clinical presentation in the younger age group versus the older child and to identify the factors impacting on the patients' surgical outcome, including the patients' age, clinical presentation and MRI findings. Patients' ages ranged from 4 to 14 years. Ten were under 6 years of age. Seven males and 9 females were included. The diagnosis ...

Known for Chiari Malformation Patients |  Clinical Presentation |  Symptomatic Children |  6 Years |  Younger Age
KOL Index score: 6709

The authors have reviewed available data from 7 pediatric patients with intramedullary spinal cord cavernous angioma (ISCCA) reported in the literature, and added from their own series 2 pediatric patients, for a total of 9 patients. This group of pediatric patients' clinical presentation, course, management and outcome were compared to their adult counterparts as reported in the literature. In contrast to adults, children with symptomatic ISCCA do not show a gender imbalance and the ...

Known for Spinal Cord |  Pediatric Age |  Cavernous Angioma |  Central Nervous Humans |  Magnetic Resonance Imaging
KOL Index score: 6551

OBJECTIVE: The resection of intramedullary spinal cord lesions (ISCLs) can be complicated by neurological deficits. Neuromonitoring has been used to reduce intraoperative risk. We have used somatosensory evoked potentials (SEPs) and muscle-derived transcranial electrical motor evoked potentials (myogenic TCE-MEPs) to monitor ISCL removal. We report our retrospective experience with the addition of free-running electromyography (EMG).

METHODS: Thirteen patients underwent 14 monitored ISCL ...

Known for Spinal Cord |  Motor Tract |  Evoked Potentials |  Neurological Deficits |  Electromyography Emg
KOL Index score: 5428

Of 215 patients with severe head injuries, 33 (15%) closed head injury patients who talked before their conditions deteriorated to a Glasgow coma scale score of 8 or less were identified. Of this select group, 15 died (45%), but none of the remaining were left in a vegetative state and 14 patients had a "favorable" outcome (42%). Twenty-five patients (76%) underwent surgical decompression. In these 25 patients, 14 subdural hematomas, 4 epidural hematomas, and 7 intracerebral contusions ...

Known for Cranial Hematoma |  Head Injury |  Brain Injuries |  25 Patients |  Neurological Deterioration
KOL Index score: 5277

The extent of treatment for the victims of gunshot wounds to the brain remains quite controversial, particularly when these patients present with extensive neurological dysfunction. We propose guidelines regarding the degree and aggressiveness of therapy. The factors that seem to have a significant impact on the patient's final outcome are the neurological examination at the time of admission, the radiological findings, and the motivation for the shooting. Thus, the authors propose a ...

Known for Gunshot Wounds |  Suicide Victims |  Time Admission |  Comatose Patients |  Bullet Path
KOL Index score: 4546

Surgical bleeding during the resection of brain tumors in children may be related to tumor vascularity, pathology, and location. Despite improvements in neurosurgical technique, neuroanesthesia, and blood product replacement, bleeding can be life-threatening in these surgeries. We report eight pediatric patients in whom recombinant factor VIIa (rFVIIa) was used to control intraoperative bleeding during surgical resection of pediatric brain tumors. rFVIIa should be considered as a method ...

Known for Recombinant Factor Viia |  Intraoperative Bleeding |  Pediatric Patients |  Efficacy Safety |  Surgical Blood
KOL Index score: 3659

STUDY DESIGN: Two institutional experiences in nonteratomatous sacral tumors of the child were analyzed retrospectively.

OBJECTIVES: To examine noncongenital nonteratomatous sacral tumors, which are more common in older infants and, as a group, are rare.

SUMMARY OF BACKGROUND DATA: Pediatric sacral tumors usually occur in the newborn period, with most of these tumors being sacrococcygeal teratomas. Other common benign congenital tumors of the sacrum include lipomas, dermoids, and ...

Known for Sacral Tumors |  Myxopapillary Ependymoma |  Ewing Sarcoma |  Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumor |  Sacrococcygeal Region
KOL Index score: 2902

Patients with Klippel-Feil syndrome are often at high risk for neurological injury. The cervicomedullary junction and cervical spinal cord are especially vulnerable. Twenty-one patients examined and treated over a 20-year period are reviewed. The salient features of the syndrome are identified, and an approach to management is proposed.

Known for Klippelfeil Syndrome |  Neurological Injury |  Spinal Diseases |  Patients Klippel |  Child Preschool
KOL Index score: 2837

A retrospective analysis of 11 children with the diagnosis of Klippel-Feil syndrome treated at the University of Minnesota Hospital over a period of 20 years is presented. The salient features of the syndrome and its associated anomalies are reviewed. Emphasis is placed on its neurological aspects, particularly the potential risks of injury to the craniocervical junction and cervical spine. Guidelines for the management of these patients are suggested.

Known for Feil Syndrome |  Cervical Spine |  Retrospective Analysis |  Management Patients |  Child Preschool
KOL Index score: 1682

Many excellent reports have dealt with the various aspects of cranial chrodoma. It remains a relatively rare neoplasm, particularly in younger children. The authors have had the opportunity to treat a 5-year-old child harboring a basiocciput chordoma. It extended from the mid-clivus to C3. A transoral labiomandibular approach was used, allowing its resection. No evidence of recurrence was noted 3 years later. A literature search confirmed the rarity of basiocciput chordoma in young ...

Known for Clivus Resection |  Occipital Bone |  Preschool Chordoma |  Skull Neoplasms |  5 Year


Mahmoud G Nagib: Influence Statistics

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Mahmoud G Nagib:Expert Impact

Concepts for whichMahmoud G Nagibhas direct influence:Myxopapillary ependymoma,  Pediatric age,  Filum terminale,  Conus medullaris,  Gunshot wounds,  Choroid plexus papilloma,  Lateral ventricle,  Spinal cord.

Mahmoud G Nagib:KOL impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Mahmoud G Nagib has influence:Spinal cord,  Tuberous sclerosis,  Gunshot wounds,  Head injury,  Feil syndrome,  Chiari malformation,  Choroid plexus.



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