transcallosal

transcallosal

/trans·cal·lo·sal/ (trans″kah-lo´s'l) performed across or through the corpus callosum.
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In this study, we emphasized the principles of treatment in pediatric cases with third venricular colloid cysts treated by using anterior interhemispheric transcallosal approach.
Conclusions: Although various approaches had been described to reach the third ventricular colloid cyst; we preferred the transcallosal approach in all of our pediatric patients since the approach does not cause any cortical breach and provides secure tumour resection.
Pre-coronal, paramedian minicraniotomy: a minimal access approach for microsurgical, transcallosal, transforaminal removal of colloid cysts of the third ventricle.
Transcallosal white matter degradation detected with quantitative fiber tracking in alcoholic men and women: Selective relations to dissociable functions.
1990) described several approaches for the surgical treatment of craniopharyngioma: transsphenoidal, pterional, transcallosal, combined pterional-transcallosal, and combined pterional-transsphenoidal.
We speculate that the high-frequency rTMS induced an increase in left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex activity and a decrease in this activity on the right (through transcallosal connections).
Transcortical resection of lateral ventricular cysts, transcallosal or transcortical approaches for third ventricular cysts, and a suboccipital approach for fourth ventricular cysts are established microsurgical techniques for cyst excision.
Dr Simon Harvey, director of the Melbourne hospital's children's epilepsy programme said: "Our surgeons use the transcallosal technique which involves operating from the top of the brain rather than below.
An interhemispheric transcallosal approach provides easier access to the third ventricle, but may disrupt the patient's personality or functional skills or may cause postoperative epilepsy or paresis.
Treatment options for third ventricle colloid cyst: comparison of transcallosal versus endoscopic resection.
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