suprameatal

suprameatal

(soo″pră-mē-ā′tăl) [″ + meatus, passage]
Above a meatus, esp. the suprameatal spine.
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Microsurgical anatomy of the superior petrosal venous complex: new classifications and implications for subtemporal transtentorial and retrosigmoid suprameatal approaches.
Microsurgical anatomy of the superior petrosal venou complex: new classifications and implications for subtemporal transtentorial and retrosigmoi suprameatal approaches.
The Han's flap is the posteriorly based periosteal flap, is located in the suprameatal junction, this covers the electrode in the suprameatal well.
The entry of the tunnel at the suprameatal well is at 11 o'clock and exit medially in the middle ear at 9 o'clock.
Lang & Samii, in their study in adults found a result as the burrhole could be placed to the region 45 mm posterior of suprameatal spine and 7 mm inferior of Frankfurt Horizontal plane because the sinuses had no opening to this region with the ratio of 92%.
Riss et al., "Residual hearing preservation using the suprameatal approach for cochlear implantation," Wiener klinische Wochenschrift, vol.
For example, an extended retrosigmoid approach via a suprameatal approach to trigeminal schwannomas can be facilitated [13].
Tatagiba, "Endoscope-assisted retrosigmoid intradural suprameatal approach to the middle fossa: anatomical and surgical considerations," European Journal of Surgical Oncology, vol.
Suprameatal urethrolysis has been described in the literature, but Dr.
Sendo um dos pontos de referencia do triangulo suprameatal (triangulo de Macewen) sua precisa localizacao e importante durante a localizacao do antro mastoideo e do teto do timpano.