All Relations between Hemifacial Spasm and horizontal fiber system neuron

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Sanjay M Khaladkar, Prajakta P KirdatPatil, Aryaman Dhande, Neeha A Jhala, Suhas . Left Hemifacial Spasms Due to Left Vertebrobasilar Dolichoectasia. Cureus. vol 16. issue 5. 2024-06-12. PMID:38860080. hemifacial spasm (hfs) arises from involuntary, recurrent, irregular tonic-clonic-like contractions of the muscles innervated by the facial nerve. 2024-06-12 2024-06-14 Not clear
Madison M Patrick, Galen K Postma, Rachel A H Bielling, Brenda Trokthi, Andrew R Carey, Charles G Maitlan. Orthostatic Hemifacial Spasm in Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension. Journal of neuro-ophthalmology : the official journal of the North American Neuro-Ophthalmology Society. 2024-06-12. PMID:38863112. among the symptoms seen in idiopathic intracranial hypertension (iih), hemifacial spasm (hfs) is rare. 2024-06-12 2024-06-14 Not clear
Takuro Inoue, Yukihiro Goto, Shunsuke Satoh, Yasuaki Inoue, Peter Adidharma, Ryan Keswani, Mustaqim Prasetya, Takanori Fukushim. Anatomical considerations and surgical manipulation of the rhomboid lip in microvascular decompression for hemifacial spasm. Acta neurochirurgica. vol 166. issue 1. 2024-06-08. PMID:38850321. in microvascular decompression (mvd) procedures for hemifacial spasm (hfs), surgeons often encounter a rhomboid lip which may obscure the root exit zone (rez) of the facial nerve. 2024-06-08 2024-06-11 Not clear
Michele Introna, Morgan Broggi, Paolo Ferroli, Donato Martino, Carmela Pinto, Monica Carpenedo, Marco Gemm. Perioperative ROTEM® evaluation in a patient affected by severe VII factor deficiency undergoing microvascular decompression craniotomy for hemifacial spasm. Journal of clinical monitoring and computing. 2024-06-08. PMID:38850455. we describe the case of a patient affected by severe fvii deficiency who underwent microvascular decompression (mvd) craniotomy for hemifacial spasm (hfs). 2024-06-08 2024-06-11 Not clear
Adelaide Valluzzi, Ehab El Refaee, Sebastian Lehmann, Henry W S Schroede. Visualization of the nervus intermedius during microvascular decompression in hemifacial spasm: anatomical study. Journal of neurosurgery. 2024-05-31. PMID:38820618. the aim of this study was to describe the anatomy of the ni during endoscope-assisted microvascular decompression (mvd) in hemifacial spasm (hfs), and the involvement of the nerve in the vascular conflict. 2024-05-31 2024-06-02 Not clear
D D S Anudeep, K Karthik, Vikram V Holla, Nitish Kamble, Ravi Yadav, Pramod Kumar Pal, Rohan R Mahal. Ventrolateral medullary compression by vascular contact in primary hemifacial spasm: a radiological analysis. Neurological sciences : official journal of the Italian Neurological Society and of the Italian Society of Clinical Neurophysiology. 2024-05-24. PMID:38789836. the neurovascular conflict (nvc) causing hemifacial spasm (hfs) can also cause compression of ventrolateral medulla (vlm) which contains the central sympathetic neurons. 2024-05-24 2024-05-27 Not clear
Vincentius Diamantino Supit, Yudhi Adrianto, Sita Setyowati. Conservative treatment in hemifacial spasm due to vertebrobasilar dolichoectasia. Journal of neurosciences in rural practice. vol 15. issue 2. 2024-05-16. PMID:38746509. primary or secondary hemifacial spasm (hfs) can be caused by a variety of conditions, one of which is caused by neurovascular contact with a vertebrobasilar dolichoectasia (vbd). 2024-05-16 2024-05-27 Not clear
Lei Shen, Jingyi Yang, Runqi Cheng, Chuqiao Yue, Tiansheng Wang, Songshan Chai, Yuankun Cai, Yixuan Zhou, Dongyuan Xu, Yu Lei, Mengyang Wang, Zhimin Mei, Jingwei Zhao, Xuan Dai, Bangkun Yang, Jincao Chen, Yanbing Yu, Nanxiang Xion. Bridge-layered decompression technique for vertebral artery-involved hemifacial spasm: technical note. BMC surgery. vol 24. issue 1. 2024-05-15. PMID:38745320. hemifacial spasm (hfs) is most effectively treated with microvascular decompression (mvd). 2024-05-15 2024-05-27 Not clear
Etsuko Owashi, Kazufumi Ohmura, Kenji Shoda, Tetsuya Yamada, Kiyomitsu Kano, Noriyuki Nakayama, Toru Iwam. Comparison of transposition and interposition methods in microvascular decompression for hemifacial spasm: an analysis of 109 cases performed by a single surgeon in a single-center retrospective study. Acta neurochirurgica. vol 166. issue 1. 2024-05-13. PMID:38740614. microvascular decompression (mvd), the standard surgical approach for hemifacial spasm (hfs), can be divided into the interposition and transposition methods. 2024-05-13 2024-05-27 Not clear
Masaki Ujihara, Shun Suzuki, Masahito Kobayashi, Sachiko Hirata, Kazuhiko Takabatake, Toru Hatayama, Takamitsu Fujimak. Is Common Trunk Anomaly Frequent in Hemifacial Spasm? Comparison with Normal Subjects using MRI. World neurosurgery. 2024-05-11. PMID:38734163. hemifacial spasm (hfs) results from vascular compression at the root exit of the facial nerve. 2024-05-11 2024-05-27 human
Lina B M Albakri, Lilian M Mennink, Katalin Tamasi, Gea Drost, Pim van Dijk, J Marc C van Dij. Tinnitus: an underreported condition following microvascular decompression for hemifacial spasm. Acta neurochirurgica. vol 166. issue 1. 2024-05-08. PMID:38719997. while hearing loss is a well-known condition following microvascular decompression (mvd) for hemifacial spasm (hfs), tinnitus is an underreported one. 2024-05-08 2024-05-27 Not clear
Chongjing Sun, Puyuan Zhao, Wei Zhu, Xiaobiao Zhang, Yu Zhang, Jin X. To be thorough or tailored: influence of the arachnoid dissection range on the surgical outcomes of microvascular decompression for hemifacial spasm. Neurosurgical review. vol 47. issue 1. 2024-04-24. PMID:38656561. as one of the most fundamental elements in exposure and decompression, the dissection of arachnoid has been rarely correlated with the surgical results in studies on microvascular decompression (mvd) procedures for hemifacial spasm (hfs). 2024-04-24 2024-04-28 Not clear
Mariam Al-Mutawa, Henry W S Schroede. Arachnoid bands in hemifacial spasm: an overlooked etiology? Illustrative case. Journal of neurosurgery. Case lessons. vol 7. issue 16. 2024-04-15. PMID:38621308. primary hemifacial spasm (hfs) is usually caused by arterial compression of the facial nerve at the root exit zone at the brainstem. 2024-04-15 2024-04-18 Not clear
Gi-Yong Yun, Jae-Min Ahn, Jong-Hyun Park, Hyuk-Jin Oh, Jai-Joon Shim, Seok Mann Yoo. Preliminary Report of Fully Endoscopic Microvascular Decompression. Journal of Korean Neurosurgical Society. 2024-04-07. PMID:38583999. microscopic microvascular decompression (mvd) has been considered to be a useful treatment modality for medically refractory hemifacial spasm (hfs) and trigeminal neuralgia (tn). 2024-04-07 2024-04-10 Not clear
Masafumi Fukuda, Yosuke Ito, Tomoyoshi Ota, Makoto Oish. Importance of changes in abnormal muscle responses during microvascular decompression for hemifacial spasm. Clinical neurophysiology practice. vol 9. 2024-03-29. PMID:38551016. to determine if compression sites of the facial nerve correlate with immediate postoperative outcomes in patients with hemifacial spasm (hfs), and if changes in the waveform of abnormal muscle response (amr) during microvascular decompression (mvd) for hfs can predict the postoperative course. 2024-03-29 2024-03-31 Not clear
Huidan Lin, Shun Zhang, Xiang Gao, Lei Wu, Gang Cao, Lina Xuan, Yuyue Xun, Yongqing Liu, Changshun Huang, Bing Huan. Comparison of Radiofrequency Ablation and Craniotomy Microvascular Decompression for Treatment of Hemifacial Spasm. Pain physician. vol 27. issue 3. 2024-03-20. PMID:38506688. hemifacial spasm (hfs) is distinguished by sudden and involuntary spasms of the facial muscles, predominantly on one side of the face. 2024-03-20 2024-03-23 Not clear
Kuan Lv, Chuanpeng Zhang, Bing Liu, Aocai Yang, Jixin Luan, Pianpian Hu, Zeshan Yao, Jiang Liu, Guolin M. White matter structural changes before and after microvascular decompression for hemifacial spasm. Brain structure & function. 2024-03-19. PMID:38502329. hemifacial spasm (hfs) is a syndrome characterized by involuntary contractions of the facial muscles innervated by the ipsilateral facial nerve. 2024-03-19 2024-03-23 human
Gustavo R Gameiro, Cristina Yabumoto, Midori H Osaki, Lucas G Monteiro, Paulo Schor, Tammy H Osak. Objective demonstration of eyelid spasm relief with smartphone and custom software in hemifacial spasm patients. International ophthalmology. vol 44. issue 1. 2024-03-18. PMID:38498055. to objectively demonstrate eyelid spasms relief in hemifacial spasm (hfs) patients using a smartphone and a custom-made software. 2024-03-18 2024-03-20 Not clear
Mariam Al Mutawa, Marc Matthes, Henry W S Schroeder, Martin E Weidemeie. Etiology and Management of Recurrent and Persistent Hemifacial Spasm-A Single-Center Experience. Neurosurgery. 2024-03-08. PMID:38456708. despite a 90% success rate, microvascular decompression occasionally fails to resolve hemifacial spasm (hfs), necessitating revision surgery. 2024-03-08 2024-03-10 Not clear
Bo Li, Chun Luo, Yabin Jin, Ying Yi, Dongliang Cheng, Linwen Huang, Guofu Wang, Xuguang Zhong, Hai Zhao, Mingyong Ga. Evaluating magnetic resonance imaging characteristics and risk factors for hemifacial spasm. Brain and behavior. vol 14. issue 2. 2024-02-28. PMID:38409893. the specific neurovascular compression (nvc) event responsible for the symptomatic manifestation of hemifacial spasm (hfs) remains difficult to assess accurately using magnetic resonance imaging (mri). 2024-02-28 2024-03-01 Not clear