Aaron S. Dumont

Aaron S. Dumont

Tulane University

H-index: 70

North America-United States

About Aaron S. Dumont

Aaron S. Dumont, With an exceptional h-index of 70 and a recent h-index of 42 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Tulane University, specializes in the field of Cerebral Aneurysms, Cerebral vascular disease, stroke.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Iatrogenic Cerebrospinal Fluid Breast Augmentation: Rare Complication of Ventriculoperitoneal Shunts and Management Strategies

Abstract WMP74: Inhibition of T Cell Receptor Activation Improves Neurological Outcomes After Intracerebral Hemorrhage

408 Nerve to Subclavius for Neurotization Procedures: An Anatomical Feasibility Study

Tracing the path of disruption: 13C isotope applications in traumatic brain injury‐induced metabolic dysfunction

Unreported variant foramen of the frontal bone: the latero-orbital foramen

Assessing the clinical reasoning of ChatGPT for mechanical thrombectomy in patients with stroke

139 Alternative Anatomical Landmarks for the Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve: Cadaveric Study With Implications for Difficult Decompressive Cases

Effects of the new thrombolytic compound LT3001 on acute brain tissue damage after focal embolic stroke in rats

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Tulane University

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19359

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70

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42

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225

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156

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Aaron S. Dumont Skills & Research Interests

Cerebral Aneurysms

Cerebral vascular disease

stroke

Top articles of Aaron S. Dumont

Iatrogenic Cerebrospinal Fluid Breast Augmentation: Rare Complication of Ventriculoperitoneal Shunts and Management Strategies

Authors

Sarah Siddiqui,Michelle Miller,Aaron Dumont,Johnny Delashaw,Arthur Wang

Journal

World Neurosurgery

Published Date

2024/1/1

BackgroundVentriculoperitoneal shunt is one of the most common neurosurgical procedures in the treatment of hydrocephalus. There are reports of migration of the distal catheter to the breast pocket where cerebrospinal fluid then collects and can develop into a pseudocyst. There exist case reports in the literature of patients with prior breast augmentation who present with distal catheter migration from the peritoneal space into the breast tissue. We present a case series of 3 patients with preexisting breast augmentation who returned with unilateral breast enlargement after ventriculoperitoneal shunt. In all 3 patients, the distal catheter migrated out of the peritoneal space and was found to be coiled around the breast prosthesis. Additionally, we offer recommendations for managing these complications and a review of the literature.MethodsWe performed a systematic review without meta-analysis of studies involving …

Abstract WMP74: Inhibition of T Cell Receptor Activation Improves Neurological Outcomes After Intracerebral Hemorrhage

Authors

Yuwen Xiu,Yingjie Wang,Mengxuan Shi,Di Zhou,Mitch Kilgore,Samuel X Shi,Ning Liu,Yinghua Jiang,Aaron S Dumont,Xiaoying Wang

Journal

Stroke

Published Date

2024/2

Purpose: We previously reported that activated T cells accumulate in the perihematomal regions after Intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH) and aggravate hemorrhagic brain injury. However, brain-infiltrating T cells precise activation mechanisms and resulting pathological impacts remain largely unexplored. This study aims to address these knowledge gaps. Methodology: ICH was induced via standard collagenase injection in male C57BL/6J mice (10 weeks old). Activation pathways of T cells were analyzed through single-cell RNA data (GSE230414). We assessed T cell receptor (TCR) activation, pro-inflammatory cytokines expression, and immune cell infiltration via flow cytometry and immunostaining at 1- and 3-days post-ICH. Neurobehavioral evaluations were conducted at 1-, 3-, 7-, and 14-days post-ICH. TCR activation was pharmacologically inhibited using the TCR-specific inhibitor AX-024, administered (10 mg …

408 Nerve to Subclavius for Neurotization Procedures: An Anatomical Feasibility Study

Authors

Juan J Cardona,Patrick John McCarty,Arada Chaiyamoon,Ana Carrera,Francisco Reina,Georgi P Georgiev,Joe Iwanaga,Aaron S Dumont,R Shane Tubbs

Journal

Neurosurgery

Published Date

2024/4/1

METHODS:13 adult cadavers (26 sides) underwent dissection of the nerve to subclavius and proximal brachial plexus. Once the nerve was isolated from origin to termination, the C8 and T1 roots and IT were identified. The distal end of the nerve to subclavius was transected and swung to these roots and the IT. Once the nerves to subclavius were transposed and in a tension-free manner, the length of excess nerve following being brought to each of these nerves was measured.RESULTS:A nerve to subclavius originated from the superior trunk and traveled anterior to the middle and inferior trunks on all sides. The mean diameter of the nerve to subclavius was 0.8 mm and the mean length was 57 mm. After cutting the nerve to subclavius at its entrance into the subclavius muscle, the distal nerve could be transferred tension free to the IT of the brachial plexus and T1 ventral ramus on all sides. The distal nerve to …

Tracing the path of disruption: 13C isotope applications in traumatic brain injury‐induced metabolic dysfunction

Authors

Charles J Peper,Mitchell D Kilgore,Yinghua Jiang,Yuwen Xiu,Winna Xia,Yingjie Wang,Mengxuan Shi,Di Zhou,Aaron S Dumont,Xiaoying Wang,Ning Liu

Published Date

2024/3

Cerebral metabolic dysfunction is a critical pathological hallmark observed in the aftermath of traumatic brain injury (TBI), as extensively documented in clinical investigations and experimental models. An in‐depth understanding of the bioenergetic disturbances that occur following TBI promises to reveal novel therapeutic targets, paving the way for the timely development of interventions to improve patient outcomes. The 13C isotope tracing technique represents a robust methodological advance, harnessing biochemical quantification to delineate the metabolic trajectories of isotopically labeled substrates. This nuanced approach enables real‐time mapping of metabolic fluxes, providing a window into the cellular energetic state and elucidating the perturbations in key metabolic circuits. By applying this sophisticated tool, researchers can dissect the complexities of bioenergetic networks within the central nervous …

Unreported variant foramen of the frontal bone: the latero-orbital foramen

Authors

Jenilkumar Patel,Joe Iwanaga,Norio Kitagawa,Aaron S Dumont,R Shane Tubbs

Journal

Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy

Published Date

2024/2

Variant foramina of the skull can lead to misdiagnosis on medical imaging and potentially, intraoperative complications if not appreciated. Here, we report an unusual foramen found superior to the frontozygomatic suture. The foramen was located on the left side at the superolateral rim of the orbit, 2.36 cm inferolateral to the supraorbital foramen. It was positioned 2.5 mm superior to the frontozygomatic suture. The foramen had a length of 3.1 mm and a width of 1.3 mm. The internal opening of the foramen was located 1.45 cm superolateral to the zygomaticotemporal foramen. We suggest that this foramen is a pathway for either a branch of the zygomatic nerve or lacrimal nerve and/or their vascular bundles. Although the prevalence of such a finding cannot be confirmed, such a case is of archival value as a comparison for future similar cases.

Assessing the clinical reasoning of ChatGPT for mechanical thrombectomy in patients with stroke

Authors

Tse Chiang Chen,Mitchell W Couldwell,Jorie Singer,Alyssa Singer,Laila Koduri,Emily Kaminski,Khoa Nguyen,Evan Multala,Aaron S Dumont,Arthur Wang

Journal

Journal of NeuroInterventional Surgery

Published Date

2024/3/1

BackgroundArtificial intelligence (AI) has become a promising tool in medicine. ChatGPT, a large language model AI Chatbot, shows promise in supporting clinical practice. We assess the potential of ChatGPT as a clinical reasoning tool for mechanical thrombectomy in patients with stroke.MethodsAn internal validation of the abilities of ChatGPT was first performed using artificially created patient scenarios before assessment of real patient scenarios from the medical center’s stroke database. All patients with large vessel occlusions who underwent mechanical thrombectomy at Tulane Medical Center between January 1, 2022 and December 31, 2022 were included in the study. The performance of ChatGPT in evaluating which patients should undergo mechanical thrombectomy was compared with the decisions made by board-certified stroke neurologists and neurointerventionalists. The interpretation skills, clinical …

139 Alternative Anatomical Landmarks for the Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve: Cadaveric Study With Implications for Difficult Decompressive Cases

Authors

Marissa Tucci,Samir Anadkat,Aaron S Dumont,Robert J Spinner,R Shane Tubbs

Journal

Neurosurgery

Published Date

2024/4/1

METHODS:The LFCN was dissected in 30 adult cadavers (60 sides). The nerve was exposed distal to the ASIS in the proximal thigh and along an imaginary line connecting the ASIS to the midpoint of the patella with the lower limb in a neutral position.RESULTS:The main trunk of the LFCN was identified deep to the fascia lata on all sides, 5-8 cm distal to the ASIS along the ASIS-patella line. The nerve was bordered by the sartorius muscle superficially and medially, the tensor fasciae latae muscle laterally, and the proximal rectus femoris tendon on its deep surface. Proximal to this triangular region, the LFCN was found to cross superficially to the proximal sartorius muscle on 58 sides and through the muscle on two sides.CONCLUSIONS:The study findings suggest an alternative method for identifying the LFCN, which could help locate the nerve during challenging cases and reduce the incidence of iatrogenic LFCN …

Effects of the new thrombolytic compound LT3001 on acute brain tissue damage after focal embolic stroke in rats

Authors

Yinghua Jiang,Yang Ji,Iris Yuwen Zhou,Ning Liu,Phillip Zhe Sun,Mingming Ning,Aaron S Dumont,Xiaoying Wang

Journal

Translational Stroke Research

Published Date

2024/2

LT3001 is a novel synthetic small molecule with thrombolytic and free radical scavenging activities. In this study, we tested the effects of LT3001 as a potential alternative thrombolytic in focal embolic ischemic stroke rat model. Stroked rats received intravenous injection of 10 mg/kg LT3001 or tPA at 1.5, 3, or 4.5 h after stroke, respectively, and the outcomes were measured at different time points after stroke by performing multi-parametric MRI, 2,3,5-triphenyltetrazolium chloride (TTC) staining, and modified neurological severity score. Lastly, we assessed the effect of LT3001 on the tPA activity in vitro, the international normalized ratio (INR), and the serum levels of active tPA and plasminogen activator inhibitor-1 (PAI-1). LT3001 treated at 1.5 h after stroke is neuroprotective by reducing the CBF lesion size and lowering diffusion and T2 lesion size measured by MRI, which is consistent with the reduction in TTC …

L5 spondylolysis: Anatomical study comparing healed and unhealed lesions

Authors

Viktoriya S Grayson,Mitchell W Couldwell,Devendra Shekhawat,Arada Chaiyamoon,Juan J Cardona,Sassan Keshavarzi,Joe Iwanaga,Aaron S Dumont,R Shane Tubbs

Journal

Clinical Anatomy

Published Date

2024/3/1

The anatomy and pathogenesis of spondylolysis has been widely studied; however, the microanatomy of spondylolysis of the lumbar vertebra has not been well described. Therefore, we aim to better elucidate this anatomy. Twenty dry bone specimens of healed and unhealed spondylolysis of the L5 vertebra were collected from human skeletal remains. Twelve L5 vertebrae were examples of unhealed spondylolysis and eight specimens exhibited a healed (i.e., bony fusion of the lesion) spondylolysis lesion. The specimens underwent macro and microanatomical analysis followed by CT and microCT imaging. Finally, selected healed and unhealed lesions were submitted for histological analysis using Mason Trichrome staining. The pars interarticularis of two L5 vertebrae without signs of healed/unhealed spondylolysis were evaluated histologically as controls. Of the 12 unhealed L5 pars defects, three were …

Immune cells: potential carriers or agents for drug delivery to the central nervous system

Authors

Shan-Shan Zhang,Ruo-Qi Li,Zhong Chen,Xiao-Ying Wang,Aaron S Dumont,Xiang Fan

Published Date

2024/3/29

Drug delivery systems (DDS) have recently emerged as a promising approach for the unique advantages of drug protection and targeted delivery. However, the access of nanoparticles/drugs to the central nervous system (CNS) remains a challenge mainly due to the obstruction from brain barriers. Immune cells infiltrating the CNS in the pathological state have inspired the development of strategies for CNS foundation drug delivery. Herein, we outline the three major brain barriers in the CNS and the mechanisms by which immune cells migrate across the blood–brain barrier. We subsequently review biomimetic strategies utilizing immune cell-based nanoparticles for the delivery of nanoparticles/drugs to the CNS, as well as recent progress in rationally engineering immune cell-based DDS for CNS diseases. Finally, we discuss the challenges and opportunities of immune cell-based DDS in CNS diseases to promote …

Are the Ethmoidal Foramina Through the Frontal Bone, Ethmoid Bone, or Frontoethmoidal Suture?

Authors

Joe Iwanaga,Rishawn Dindial,Dany Hage,Mansour Mathkour,Marios Loukas,Jerzy A Walocha,Aaron S Dumont,R Shane Tubbs

Journal

The Kurume Medical Journal

Published Date

2024/1/16

Introduction: To investigate the locations of the anterior, middle, and posterior ethmoidal foramina and their relationships to the frontoethmoidal suture.Methods: One hundred twenty sides from sixty adult human skulls were used. Specimens with significant damage to the medial orbit wall were excluded. The number of ethmoidal foramina (anterior, middle, and posterior) on the medial orbital wall and the relationship of each foramen to the frontoethmoidal suture were recorded and classified as follows: Type I: superior to the frontoethmoidal suture; Type II: on the frontoethmoidal suture; Type III: inferior to the frontoethmoidal suture.Results: Of the ninety-four sides, fourteen (14.9%) had one foramen, sixty-two (66.0%) had two, and eighteen (19.1%) had three. In total, 192 ethmoidal foramina were observed. Among the fourteen sides with one foramen, eight foramina were anterior and six were posterior. Among the 192 ethmoidal foramina, 162 were eligible for fur ther classification (74 anterior, 14 middle, and 74 posterior). Types I, II, and III ethmoidal foramina were found in 38.3%(62/162), 61.7%(100/162), and 0%(0/162), respectively.Conclusions: Our current study found a higher incidence of type I than previously reported. It is important to be aware of the significant incidence of foramen variations when the medial orbit wall is manipulated during surgery. Unless caution is observed, an inadvertent surgical injury can occur and lead to life-threatening complications. Therefore, a good understanding of orbital anatomy and its potential variations is critical for improving patient out comes.

The Top 100 Most Cited Journal Articles on Hydrocephalus

Authors

Laurel A Seltzer,Mitchell W Couldwell,R Shane Tubbs,CJ Bui,Aaron S Dumont,Laurel Seltzer

Published Date

2024/2/19

Hydrocephalus represents a significant burden of disease, with more than 383,000 new cases annually worldwide. When the magnitude of this condition is considered, a centralized archive of pertinent literature is of great clinical value. From a neurosurgical standpoint, hydrocephalus is one of the most frequently treated conditions in the field. The focus of this study was to identify the top 100 journal articles specific to hydrocephalus using bibliometric analysis. Using the Journal of Citation Report database, 10 journals were identified. The Web of Science Core Collection was then searched using each journal name and the search term “hydrocephalus.” The results were ordered by “Times Cited” and searched by the number of citations. The database contained journal articles from 1976 to 2021, and the following variables were collected for analysis: journal, article type, year of publication, and the number of citations. Journal articles were excluded if they had no relation to hydrocephalus, mostly involved basic science research, or included animal studies. Ten journals were identified using the above criteria, and a catalog of the 100 most cited publications in the hydrocephalus literature was created. Articles were arranged from highest to lowest citation number, with further classification by journal, article type, and publication year. Of the 100 articles referenced, 38 were review articles, 24 were original articles, 15 were comparative studies, 11 were clinical trials, six were multi-center studies, three were cross-sectional, and three were case reports with reviews. Articles were also sorted by study type and further stratified by etiology. If the etiology …

Training Cerebrovascular and Neuroendovascular Surgery Residents: A Systematic Literature Review and Recommendations

Authors

Tyler Scullen,James Milburn,Mansour Mathkour,Angela Larrota,Oluyinka Aduloju,Aaron Dumont,John Nerva,Peter Amenta,Arthur Wang

Published Date

2024/3/20

Background: The rapid evolution of neuroendovascular intervention has resulted in the inclusion of endovascular techniques as a core competency in neurosurgical residency training.Methods: We conducted a literature review of studies involving the training of neurosurgical residents in cerebrovascular and endovascular neurosurgery. We reviewed the evolution of cerebrovascular neurosurgery and the effects of these changes on residency, and we propose interventions to supplement contemporary training.Results: A total of 48 studies were included for full review. Studies evaluated trainee education and competency (29.2%, 14/48), neuroendovascular training models (20.8%, 10/48), and open cerebrovascular training models (52.1%, 25/48), with some overlap. We used a qualitative analysis of reviewed reports to generate a series of suggested training supplements to optimize cerebrovascular education …

Transcription factor support for the dual embryological origin of the sternocleidomastoid and trapezius muscles

Authors

Timothy Dawson,Joe Iwanaga,Binghao Zou,Muralidharan Anbalagan,Aaron S Dumont,Marios Loukas,Brian G Rowan,R Shane Tubbs

Journal

Clinical Anatomy

Published Date

2024/1

The embryological origin of the trapezius and sternocleidomastoid muscles has been debated for over a century. To shed light on this issue, the present anatomical study was performed. Five fresh frozen human cadavers, three males and two females, were used for this study. Samples from each specimen's trapezius and sternocleidomastoid were fixed in 10% formalin and placed in paraffin blocks. As Paired like homeodomain 2 (Pitx2) and T‐box factor 1(Tbx1) have been implicated in the region and muscle type regulation, we performed Tbx1 and Pitx2 Immunohistochemistry (IHC) on these muscle tissue samples to identify the origin of the trapezius and sternocleidomastoid muscles. We have used the latest version of QuPath, v0.4.3, software to quantify the Tbx and Pitx2 staining. For the sternocleidomastoid muscle, for evaluated samples, the average amount of positively stained Tbx1 and Pitx2 was 25% (range …

The Importance of Ossification of the Falciform Ligament in Decompression Procedures

Authors

Cassidy Werner,Pate Duddleston,Mansour Mathkour,Aaron S Dumont,Joseph R Keen,Blair Barton,Joe Iwanaga,R Shane Tubbs

Journal

Journal of Neurological Surgery Part B: Skull Base

Published Date

2024/2

Methods: Ten cadaveric FL (20 sides) were investigated grossly and histologically. Additionally, the proximal optic canals of 300 skulls (600 sides) were observed for proximal stenosis, specifically at the location of the FL. Lastly, samples of stenotic proximal canals at the site of the FL were studied histologically following decalcification.Results: The FL ranged in length from 1.5 to 4 mm (mean: 2.7 mm). Histologically, the soft tissue FL consisted of dura, including dural border cells and blood vessels. Stenotic proximal optic canals were identified on 35 sides (5.8%). Decalcified samples demonstrated normal bone tissue, including osteocytes. All grossly stenotic proximal optic canals appeared to be due to ossification of the FL.Conclusions: Knowledge of the histological composition of the FL is necessary for ensuring the safety of its release during surgery. If the FL is partially ossified, pulling on this dural fold could …

Angulation of the dural venous sinuses of the posterior cranial fossa: Anatomical study with clinical and surgical applications

Authors

Juan J Cardona,Joe Iwanaga,Arada Chaiyamoon,Arthur Wang,Christopher M Nickele,Matthew R Amans,Daniel M Heiferman,Kendrick D Johnson,Aaron S Dumont,R Shane Tubbs

Journal

Clinical Anatomy

Published Date

2024/3/12

Cerebral vein and dural venous sinus thromboses (CVST) account for 0.5%–1% of all strokes. Some structural factors associated with a potentially higher risk for developing CVST have been described. However, angulation of the dural venous sinuses (DVS) has yet to be studied as a structural factor. The current study was performed because this variable could be related to alterations in venous flow, thus predisposing to a greater risk of CVST development. Additionally, such information could help shed light on venous sinus stenosis (VSS) at or near the transverse‐sigmoid junction. The angulations formed in the different segments of the grooves of the transverse (TS), sigmoid (SS), and superior sagittal sinuses (SSS) were measured in 52 skulls (104 sides). The overall angulation of the TS groove was measured using two reference points. Other variables were examined, such as the communication pattern at the …

The Posterior Auricularis Muscle as Superficial Landmark for the Sigmoid Sinus and Transverse-Sigmoid Sinus Junction: An Anatomical Study

Authors

Carmine Antonio Donofrio,Juan J Cardona,Lucia Riccio,Arada Chaiyamoon,Devendra Shekhawat,Joe Iwanaga,Aaron S Dumont,Neal Jackson,Filippo Badaloni,R Shane Tubbs,Antonio Fioravanti

Journal

World Neurosurgery

Published Date

2024/4/12

PurposeNeuronavigation systems coupled with previously reported external anatomical landmarks assist neurosurgeons during intracranial procedures. We aimed to verify whether the posterior auricularis muscle (PAM) could be used as an external landmark for identifying the sigmoid sinus (SS) and the transverse-sigmoid sinus junction (TSSJ) during posterior cranial fossa surgery.MethodsThe PAM was dissected in 10 adult cadaveric heads, and after drilling the underlying bone, the relationships with the underlying SS and TSSJ were noted. The width and length of the PAM, and the distance between the muscle and reference points (asterion, mastoid tip, and midline), were measured.ResultsThe PAM was identified in 18 sides (9 left, 9 right). The first 20 mm of the muscle length (mean 28.28 mm) consistently overlay the mastoid process anteriorly and the proximal half of the SS slightly posteriorly on all sides …

The laryngopharyngeal nerve: a comprehensive review

Authors

Stephen Shapiro,Andrew L Parker,Juan J Cardona,Arada Chaiyamoon,Francisco Reina,Ana Carrera,Joe Iwanaga,Aaron S Dumont,R Shane Tubbs

Published Date

2023/9/9

The laryngopharyngeal nerve has received much less attention that the other contributions to the pharyngeal plexus ie., glossopharyngeal and vagus nerves. Often, in descriptions and depictions, the nerve is simply labeled as the sympathetic contribution to the pharyngeal plexus. As there is such scant information available regarding this nerve, the present review was performed. Very little is found in the extant medical literature regarding the laryngopharyngeal nerve. However, based on available data, the nerve is a consistent contributory to the pharyngeal plexus and serves other adjacent areas eg., carotid body. Therefore, a better understanding of this structure’s anatomy is important for those who operate in this area. Further studies are necessary to better elucidate the true function of the laryngopharyngeal nerve.

The first histological observation of a C1 posterior arch defect

Authors

Y Fang,T Saga,J Iwanaga,AS Dumont,RS Tubbs

Journal

Folia Morphologica

Published Date

2023

Deficiencies in the posterior arch of C1 have been well-studied with incidences ranging from 5.65% to 3% and five different classifications. Unfortunately, there is a paucity of information describing the detailed anatomy, muscle attachments, and histology of cases with a C1 posterior arch deficiency. We found a case of an isolated unilateral posterior arch defect in the 83-year-old male cadaver. Histology revealed that the posterior arch defect was filled with collagen fibres and fibrocartilaginous tissue without muscle or bony tissues. This is the first report detailing the histological findings of a posterior arch defect of C1.AbstractDeficiencies in the posterior arch of C1 have been well-studied with incidences ranging from 5.65% to 3% and five different classifications. Unfortunately, there is a paucity of information describing the detailed anatomy, muscle attachments, and histology of cases with a C1 posterior arch deficiency. We found a case of an isolated unilateral posterior arch defect in the 83-year-old male cadaver. Histology revealed that the posterior arch defect was filled with collagen fibres and fibrocartilaginous tissue without muscle or bony tissues. This is the first report detailing the histological findings of a posterior arch defect of C1.

Prevalence, Laterality, and Classification of Ossified Petroclival Ligaments: An Anatomical and Histological Study With Application to Skull Base Surgery

Authors

Uduak-Obong I Ekanem,Arada Chaiyamoon,Juan J Cardona,J Franklin Berry,Grzegorz Wysiadecki,Jerzy A Walocha,Joe Iwanaga,Aaron S Dumont,R Shane Tubbs,Jerzy Walocha

Journal

Cureus

Published Date

2023/3/21

BackgroundThe petroclival ligament (PL) forms the roof of Dorello’s canal (DC). In humans, partial and complete ossification of this ligament have been reported. When completely ossified, DC is transformed into a bony foramen for the abducens nerve and accompanying vascular structures. As this osteological finding might have an impact on skull base surgery, this anatomical study was performed.

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The h-index of Aaron S. Dumont has been 42 since 2020 and 70 in total.

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The articles with the titles of

Iatrogenic Cerebrospinal Fluid Breast Augmentation: Rare Complication of Ventriculoperitoneal Shunts and Management Strategies

Abstract WMP74: Inhibition of T Cell Receptor Activation Improves Neurological Outcomes After Intracerebral Hemorrhage

408 Nerve to Subclavius for Neurotization Procedures: An Anatomical Feasibility Study

Tracing the path of disruption: 13C isotope applications in traumatic brain injury‐induced metabolic dysfunction

Unreported variant foramen of the frontal bone: the latero-orbital foramen

Assessing the clinical reasoning of ChatGPT for mechanical thrombectomy in patients with stroke

139 Alternative Anatomical Landmarks for the Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve: Cadaveric Study With Implications for Difficult Decompressive Cases

Effects of the new thrombolytic compound LT3001 on acute brain tissue damage after focal embolic stroke in rats

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The research interests of Aaron S. Dumont are: Cerebral Aneurysms, Cerebral vascular disease, stroke

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Aaron S. Dumont has 19,359 citations in total.

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