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skullbase surgery and endoscopy

Ramandeep Singh, Britty Baby, Natesan Damodaran, Vinkle Srivastav, Ashish Suri, Subhashis Banerjee, Subodh Kumar, Prem Kalra, Sanjiva Prasad, Kolin Paul, Sneh Anand, Sanjeev Kumar, Varun Dhiman, David Ben-Israel, Kulwant Singh Kapoor
BACKGROUND: Box trainers are ideal simulators, given they are inexpensive, accessible, and use appropriate fidelity. OBJECTIVE: The development and validation of an open-source, partial task simulator that teaches the fundamental skills necessary for endonasal skull-base neuro-endoscopic surgery. METHODS: We defined the Neuro-Endo-Trainer (NET) SkullBase-Task-GraspPickPlace with an activity area by analyzing the computed tomography scans of 15 adult patients with sellar suprasellar parasellar tumors...
February 2016: World Neurosurgery
M Májovský, D Netuka, V Masopust, V Beneš
INTRODUCTION: Clivus is a central structure of the skull base located in the vicinity of the brainstem and vital brain vessels. Clival fractures are usually caused by a high-energy trauma. Cerebrospinal fluid leak is one of the most common complications. CASE REPORT: A middle-aged male sustained a mild head trauma, followed by a nasal cerebrospinal fluid leak. CT scan revealed the massive pneumocephalus and the fracture of the clivus in the posterior wall of the sphenoidal sinus...
July 2015: Rozhledy V Chirurgii: Měsíčník Československé Chirurgické Společnosti
Henry W S Schroeder
OBJECTIVE: To describe the decision-making and the surgical strategy in the resection of anterior skullbase meningiomas. METHODS: Details of the microsurgical and endoscopic approach to anterior skullbase meningiomas are presented. RESULTS: Small and midsize olfactory groove, planum sphenoidale, and tuberculum sellae meningiomas can be removed via an endonasal endoscopic approach, an alternative option to the transcranial microsurgical approach...
December 2014: World Neurosurgery
Christopher R Grindle, Joseph M Curry, Melissa D Kang, James J Evans, Marc R Rosen
OBJECTIVE: Despite the increasing utilization of image-guided surgery, no radiology protocols for obtaining magnetic resonance (MR) imaging of adequate quality are available in the current literature. At our institution, more than 300 endonasal cranial base procedures including pituitary, extended pituitary, and other anterior skullbase procedures have been performed in the past 3 years. To facilitate and optimize preoperative evaluation and assessment, there was a need to develop a magnetic resonance protocol...
November 2011: American Journal of Otolaryngology
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