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- Sphenoid sinus microbiota in pituitary apoplexy: a preliminary study. Gavin J Humphreys GJ, Waqar M, McBain AJ, Gnanalingham KK (2017) Pituitary (in press) (Read more..)
- Sphenoid sinus mucosal thickening in the acute phase of pituitary apoplexy. Waqar M, McCreary R, Kearney T, Karabatsou K, Gnanalingham KK (2017) Pituitary Aug; 20 : 441-449 (Read more..)
- The Prevalence of Growth Hormone Deficiency in Survivors of Subarachnoid Haemorrhage – Results from a Large Single Centre Study. Giritharan S, Cox J, Heal CJ, Hughes D, Gnanalingham K, Kearney T (2017) Pituitary (in press).
- Transient Exacerbation of Nasal Symptoms following Endoscopic Transsphenoidal Surgery for Pituitary Tumors: A Prospective Study. Davies BM, Tirr E, Wang YY, Gnanalingham KK. (2017) J Neurol Surg B Skull Base. Jun;78 : 266-272 (Read more..)
- Lymphocytic hypophysitis: modern day management with limited role for surgery. Kyriacou A, Gnanalingham KK, Kearney T (2017) Pituitary Apr;20 : 241-250.
- Pituitary apoplexy – bespoke patient management allows good clinical outcome. Giritharan S, Gnanalingham KK, Kearney T (2016) Clinical Endocrinology (Oxf). 85 : 415-22.
- Assessing size of pituitary adenomas: a comparison of qualitative and quantitative methods on MR. Davies, BM, Carr E, Soh C, Gnanalingham KK (2016) Acta Neurochirurgica. 158:677-83.
- Quantifying surgical access in eyebrow craniotomy with and without orbital bar removal: cadaver and surgical phantom studies. Zador Z, Coope DJ, Gnanalingham KK, Lawton MT (2014) Acta Neurochirurgica. 156 : 697-702.
- Endoscopic transnasal approach to the pituitary – Operative technique and nuances. Zador Z, Gnanalingham KK (2013) British Journal of neurosurgery 27 : 718-26 (Read more..)
- Eyebrow craniotomy for anterior skull base lesions: how I do it. Zador Z, Gnanalingham KK (2013) Acta Neurochirurgica. 155 : 99-106 (Read more..)
- Acromegaly surgery in Manchester revisited – The impact of reducing surgeon numbers and the 2010 consensus guidelines for disease remission. Wang YY, Higham C, Kearney T, Davis J, Trainer P, Gnanalingham KK (2012) Clin Endocrinol (Oxf). 76: 399-406 (Read more..)
- Nasal symptoms following endoscopic trans-sphenoidal pituitary surgery: assessment using the General Nasal Patient Inventory Wang YY, Srirathan V, Tirr E, Kearney T, Gnanalingham KK (2011) Neurosurgery Focus 30:E12.
- Accuracy of surgeon’s estimation of sella margins during endoscopic surgery for pituitary adenomas: Verification using neuro-navigation. Wang YY, Thiryayi WA, Ramaswamy R, Gnanalingham KK (2011) Skull base 21:193-200.
- Low grade CSF leaks in endoscopic trans-sphenoidal pituitary surgery: Efficacy of a simple and fully synthetic repair with a hydrogel sealant Wang YY, Kearney T, Gnanalingham KK (2011) Acta Neurochirurgica 153:815-22.
- The operative learning curve for endoscopic transsphenoidal pituitary surgery: What is the appropriate number of learning cases? Leach P, Abou-Zeid A, Kearney T, Davis J, Trainer P, Gnanalingham KK (2010) Neurosurgery 67: 1205-12 (Read more..)
- Beta human Chorionic Gonadotropin (β-hCG) expression in pituitary adenomas: relationship to endocrine function and tumour recurrence. Doyle PM, Waziq AT, Joshi A, Du Plessis D, Kearney T, Gnanalingham KK (2009) Pituitary 12 : 190-5.
- Editorial: Endoscopic transsphenoidal pituitary surgery – Is it here to stay ? Powell M, Gnanalingham KK, (2007) British Journal of Neurosurgery 21 : 315-7 (Read more..)
- The time course of visual field recovery following transphenoidal surgery for pituitary adenomas: predictive factors for a good outcome. Gnanalingham KK, Bhattacharjee S, Pennington R, Ng J, Mendoza N (2005) Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry 76 : 415-9 (Read more..)
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