subfrontal

subfrontal

(sŭb-frŏn′tăl) [″ + frontalis, brow]
Below a frontal convolution or lobe of the brain.
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Different approaches to the anterior third ventricle have been described; among them are the trans-cortical, the subfrontal, and the interhemispheric transcallosal.
The mean procedure length was 124.5 +-17.9 minutes.In 26 (43.33%) patients bicoronal craniotomy was performed where wide exposure was needed and in 34 (56.67%) unilateral subfrontal approach was adopted.
Esposito et al., "Supraorbital subfrontal trans-laminar endoscope-assisted approach for tumors of the posterior third ventricle," Acta Neurochirurgica, vol.
Ten-year experience with the supraorbital subfrontal approach through an eyebrow skin incision.
Benjamin, "Intracranial schwannoma presenting as a subfrontal tumor: case report," Neurosurgery, vol.
It shows that there is arrested general growth but increased breadth in the subfrontal region of the face.
Rarely, subfrontal lamina terminalis approach may be used [22,24].
Fedor Krause (1857-1937) proposed a subfrontal approach in 1905 [55].
Subcranial subfrontal approach for the treatment of extensive cerebrospinal fluid leaks.
Subsequent magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) identified an enhancing mass involving the left subfrontal area of the brain with contiguous involvement of the left ethmoid air cell and intracranial extension (figure 1).