skull base surgery

skull base surgery

generic term to denote a specialty of surgery and a group of operations, techniques, and approaches to lesions at or involving the base of the skull or its contents.

skull base sur·ge·ry

(skŭl bās sŭr'jĕr-ē)
Generic term to denote a specialty of surgery and a group of operations, techniques, and approaches to lesions at or involving the base of the skull or its contents.
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However, this study was the first to preliminarily demonstrate the preservative properties and optimal concentrations of acetic acid in fresh human brain tissue for use in skull base surgery training.
Dr Panikar, with over 26 years of experience, is an expert in neurosurgery, neuro-oncology and skull base surgery, reconstructive surgery for craniofacial deformities, functional neurosurgery and neurovascular surgery.
He has written four textbooks on skull base surgery and published more than 80 articles on neurosurgical topics.
El Rassi is board-certified in otolaryngology-head and neck surgery with a special focus in rhinology and skull base surgery.
Skull Base Surgery. In: Hurley R, Falk K, editors.Atlas of Neurotology and Skull Base Surgery.San Francisco: Mosby; 1996.
There is a very high probability of injuring one of the five loops found in the current case during skull base surgery, maxilla-facial and cervical lymph node clearance surgery, and in some radiological procedures.
Master Techniques in Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery: Otology, Neurotology, and Lateral Skull Base Surgery
Endoscopic endonasal skull base surgery: analysis of complications in the authors' initial 800 patients: a review.
During the forum, Dr Nicholas Thomas, world expert and pioneer of endoscopic skull base surgery, spoke about this minimally invasive procedure to remove brain tumours.
The goal of modern skull base surgery is to decrease the perioperative complications and preserve the cranial nerve function while achieving radical resection and decreasing the risk of recurrence.
In 2007, INFORMED Magazine (a ZEISS publication) interviewed Bruce Gantz, MD, about trends and developments in skull base surgery. Dr.