Robert K. Jackler, MD

Publication Details

  • BILATERAL TEMPORAL BONE ENCEPHALOCELES AFTER CRANIAL IRRADIATION JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY Lalwani, A. K., Jackler, R. K., Harsh, G. R., Butt, F. Y. 1993; 79 (4): 596-599

    Abstract:

    Irradiation of the central nervous system may cause significant morbidity, including endocrine dysfunction and intellectual impairment. The authors report a case of bilateral temporal bone encephaloceles in a 21-year-old man who had received prophylactic central nervous system irradiation for acute lymphocytic leukemia in early childhood. Endaural encephaloceles are uncommon, and most occur as a complication of mastoid surgery. The etiology, clinical features, radiological diagnosis, and surgical treatment of temporal bone encephaloceles are discussed.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1993LZ62800019

    View details for PubMedID 8410231

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