transantral

transantral

/trans·an·tral/ (-an´tr'l) performed across or through an antrum.
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Sieffert" (6,7) in 1928 ligated internal maxillary artery (6) via transantral approach, while "Good Year" (6,7) in 1937 tied anterior ethmoidal artery for first time.
There are several conventional techniques that can be used for reducing isolated zygomatic arch fractures such as: the Gillies temporal approach, hook elevation, upper buccal sulcus technique, intranasal transantral approach, and open reduction.
Transantral endoscopic orbital floor exploration: a cadaver and clinical study.
There are many approaches for the removal of Juvenile Nasopharyngeal Angiofibroma which include transfacial, and combined craniofacial approaches (more specifically transpalatal, transantral, transnasal, lateral rhinotomy, midfacial degloving, LeFort 1 osteotomy, and infratemporal fossa approaches).
Intracranial, transeptal, transantral, external, etc.
There have been as many as 65 documented ways to remove JNA, with about 8 logical approaches: transnasal, transpalatal, transmandibular, transzygomatic, transantral through the bed of the hyoid bone, combined craniotomy and rhinotomy and lateral rhinotomy.
Outcomes were documented by observers who were able to visualize the natural opening through a transantral endoscope placed in a second opening via the canine fossa.
Scanes Spicer's name never gained association with the similar procedure that his colleagues in the United States and France described) involved a sublabial transantral approach to the maxillary sinus, with trephination of the sinus through the antrum near the canine fossa.
A prospective, multicenter research study is under way to demonstrate long-term improvement in chronic rhinosinusitis symptoms after transantral balloon dilation of the ethmoid infundibulum.
Technique selection for orbital decompression: Combined endoscopic and transconjunctival versus combined endoscopic and transantral approach
One Year Results: Transantral balloon dilation of the ethmoid infundibulum" ENT Journal February 2010 Volume 89, Number 2.
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