transcondylar

trans·con·dy·lar

(trans-kon'di-lăr),
Across or through the condyles; denoting the line of bone incision in Carden amputation.
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Despite variations of the transcondylar approach or intradural approach combined with an extradural approach have been used, complete tumor resection was achieved only in 9 (28.
Morphometric analysis of the occipital condyle and its surgical implications in transcondylar approach.
28) performed 100 consecutive knee arthroscopies with transcondylar notch views and found that posterolateral visualization was achieved in 100% of the procedures (and in 93% during the first attempt) with a 4% rate of mild iatrogenic cartilage damage.
Surgical treatment of non-dislocated transcondylar and supracondylar elbow fractures involves cast immobilization with the forearm in probation for no longer than 3 weeks [3, 4].
Sekhar ; Vertebrobasilar junction aneurysm: Surgical Treatment via Far Lateral Transcondylar Approach; Neurol.
3) Far lateral transcondylar approaches require extensive dissection of the paravertebral muscles and vessels, in particular, the vertebral artery and removal of bony structures such as the Occipital Condyle (OC) and Jugular Tubercle (JT).
The lateral transcondylar surgical approach for skull base surgery involves extensive dissection and may cause injury to the neurovascular structures.
Anatomical basis of approaches to foramen magnum and lower clivalmeningiomas: comparison of retrosigmoid and transcondylar approaches.
41,44,46) Once this was recognized and the technique changed to the use of transcondylar traction, hip extension, and knee flexion, the rate of nerve injury decreased dramatically to 3%.
Microvascular decompression for glossopharyngeal neuralgia through the transcondylar fossa (supracondylar transjugular tuberde) approach.
The patient underwent an occipitocervical fusion in preparation for excision of the recurrent tumor via a left transcondylar approach.