Direct Impact

Concepts for which Andrew J Gogos has direct influence:

sma syndrome
motor pathways
repeat craniotomies
intratumoral function
complication rates
frontal tract
technical evolution

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which Andrew J Gogos has influence:

recurrent glioblastoma
repeat resection
operative microscope
adjuvant therapy
bcnu wafer implantation
awake brain
dorsal pathways

Prominent publications by Andrew J. Gogos

KOL-Index: 60 BackgroundThere is a concern that glioma patients undergoing repeat craniotomies are more prone to complications. The study’s goal was to assess if the complication profiles for initial and repeat craniotomies were similar, to determine predictors of complications, and to compare results with those in the literature.MethodsA retrospective study was conducted of glioma patients (WHO grade ...
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400 56 | 27 Surgical 10 Complications | Study’s Goal | Leukocytosis
KOL-Index: 49 IntroductionMultiple studies have demonstrated that improved extent of resection is associated with longer overall survival for patients with both high and low grade glioma. Awake craniotomy was developed as a technique for maximizing resection whilst preserving neurological function.MethodsWe performed a comprehensive review of the literature describing the history, indications, techniques ...
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Cortical Subcortical Methods | Essential Tool | Neurological Function | Maximizing Extent
KOL-Index: 36 The importance of genomic information in intrinsic brain tumors is highlighted in the World Health Organization (WHO) 2016 classification of gliomas, which now incorporates both phenotype and genotype data to assign a diagnosis. By using genetic markers to both categorize tumors and advise patients on prognosis, this classification system has minimized the risk of tissue sampling error, ...
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Inter-Rater Variability | Tumor Biology | Patient’s Prognosis | Role Genetics
KOL-Index: 18 Gliomas are a major cause of morbidity. Direct cortical stimulation mapping offers the ability to identify functional areas within the broader neural network both cortically and subcortically. Since the World Health Organization (WHO) 2016 classification categorized gliomas into molecular subgroups with varied molecular signatures and clinical behavior, it is possible that gliomas may ...
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Direct Cortical | Functional Neural | Stimulation Identified | Subtype Intratumoral
KOL-Index: 18 Abstract BACKGROUND Tumor proximity to the ventricle and ventricular entry (VE) during surgery have both been associated with poorer prognoses; however, the interaction between these two factors is poorly understood. METHODS The UCSF tumor registry was searched for patients with newly diagnosed and recurrent supratentorial ...
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Newly Diagnosed Recurrent Glioblastoma | Diagnosed Tumors | Resection Tumor | Ventricle Ventricular Entry
KOL-Index: 17 OBJECTIVE: The supplementary motor area (SMA) is an eloquent region that is frequently a site for glioma, or the region is included in the resection trajectory to deeper lesions. Although the clinical relevance of SMA syndrome has been well described, it is still difficult to predict who will become symptomatic. The object of this study was to define which patients with SMA gliomas would go ...
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Region Sma | Area Gliomas | Frontal Tract | Resection Cavities
KOL-Index: 9 OBJECTIVE: Maximal safe resection of gliomas near motor pathways is facilitated by intraoperative mapping. The authors and other groups have described the use of bipolar or monopolar direct stimulation to identify functional tissue, as well as transcranial or transcortical motor evoked potentials (MEPs) to monitor motor pathways. Here, the authors describe their initial experience using all ...
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Cortical Subcortical | Deficit Insula | Motor Safe | Intraoperative Extracted
KOL-Index: 2 Abstract INTRODUCTION The supplemental motor area (SMA) is an eloquent region that is frequently a site for gliomas or the region is included in the resection trajectory to deeper lesions. METHODS Patient, tumor and outcome data were collected retrospectively from the UCSF tumor registry for patients who underwent surgical resection for newly diagnosed supratentorial diffuse glioma (WHO ...
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Gliomas Larger | Area Sma | Resection Supplementary | Posterior Cingulate

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