Glasgow Outcome Scale (GOS; Jennett & Bond 1975; Kim et al.
What does GOS stand for?
GOS stands for Glasgow Outcome Scale
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We recorded age, sex, neurologic status, tumor site and size, extent of PTVE according to Trittmatcher's criteria (13) (none, perifocal, or hemispheric), previous history of meningioma resection, extent of present resection (total or subtotal), intraoperative technical difficulties (difficult approach because of tumor vascularity and invasiveness with subsequent increased surgical manipulation and trauma), pre- and postoperative 7-day course of serum S-100B values, postoperative neurologic deterioration and computerized tomography (CT) scan, cause of deterioration (hematoma with shift, increase of edema, or ischemic changes), histologic type based on WHO classification (2,14), and 6-month Glasgow Outcome Scale (15).
Disability after severe head injury: Observations of the use of the Glasgow Outcome Scale.
By providing a percentage risk of an unfavourable outcome (defined by the Glasgow Outcome Scale (11) as dead, persistent vegetative state or severely disabled), the model can serve as a surrogate index of injury severity (12).