Named after or described by Vidius.
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Because, any injury to the lateral, posterior or superior of the sphenoid sinus can induce cerebrospinal fluid leaks and this endangers to surrounding regions like optic canal, vidian canal, maxillary, oculomotor, trochlear and abducens nerves, the cavernous sinuses (Wiebracth & Zimmer).
The patient remained symptom-free for 2 years, following which lateral rhinotomy excision was performed for a recurrent tumour involving nasopharynx, sphenoid sinus, eroding basisphenoid, and vidian canal.
Parasympathetic nerve supply from superior salivatory nucleus via vidian nerve and sympathetic nerve supply from superior cervical chain.
The nerve bundles consist of parasympathetic and sympathetic components of the vidian nerve and somatosensory fibers from the maxillary branch of the trigeminal nerve, and they are distributed in the nasal mucosa following the branches of the sphenopalatine vessels [4].
Among the topics are imaging in endoscopic sinus surgery, sphenopalatine artery ligation and vidian neurectomy, the endoscopic resection of pituitary tumors, the anatomy of the sphenoid and adjacent structures of importance during skull base surgery, and endoscopic surgery of the cranocervical junction.
The GSPN carries preganglionic parasympathetic fibers from the superior salivatory nucleus, and runs along the anterior surface of the temporal bone into the pterygoid canal (Vidian canal).
(44) Collateral supply can occur via the artery of the foramen rotundum, the vidian and ascending pharyngeal arteries, as well as communications between the facial, sphenopalatine and ophthalmic arteries.
Bilateral transnasal vidian neurectomy in the management of chronic rhinitis.
He is survived by his daughters, Carolyn Dianne Jefts Roe of Poinciana, Florida and her husband, Vidian Roe, III and Sandra Lee Gillis of Westborough and her husband, John L.