sphenoethmoidectomy

sphe·no·eth·moi·dec·to·my

(sfē'nō-eth'moy-dek'tŏ-mē),
An operation to remove diseased tissue from the sphenoid and ethmoid sinuses.

sphenoethmoidectomy

ENT The removal of the ethmoid labyrinth in Pts with chronic hyperplastic rhinosinusitis–CHR

sphe·no·eth·moi·dec·to·my

(sfē'nō-eth'moyd-ek'tŏ-mē)
An operation to remove diseased tissue from the sphenoid and ethmoid sinuses.
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Otolaryngologists from North America, Brazil, and Australia offer 33 chapters containing endoscopic photos, illustrations, and instructions for procedures, as well as information on anatomy and surgical indications, instrumentation, pitfalls, and preoperative and postoperative considerations, for the areas of nasal surgery, primary endoscopic sinus surgery, revision endoscopic sinus surgery for inflammatory disease, orbital surgery, sinonasal tumors, skull base reconstruction, anterior and central skull base approaches, and combined endoscopic and open approaches for the frontal sinus, ranging from septoplasty and sphenoethmoidectomy to extended frontal sinus procedures and endoscopic craniofacial resections.
The internal carotid artery as it relates to endonasal sphenoethmoidectomy.
In the patients with involvement of the ethmoids and sphenoid, complete endoscopic sphenoethmoidectomy was performed.
Endoscopic sphenoethmoidectomy is a less invasive and less morbid approach to removing lesions of the orbital apex than are traditional surgical approaches such as transcranial and transorbital procedures.
Sphenoethmoidectomy was completed, and the patient did well postoperatively.
Open procedures such as Caldwell-Luc surgery and external sphenoethmoidectomy are rarely necessary.
Twenty-four patients underwent middle meatal antrostomy, and six patients underwent a total sphenoethmoidectomy.