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Hidetsugu Maekawa, Hiromu Hadeishi
OBJECTIVE: The Sylvian fissure has been dissected through the frontal side of the superficial Sylvian veins with sacrifice of the tributaries of the frontal superficial Sylvian vein, which may lead to venous infarction. In addition, disturbed venous drainage makes the brain susceptible to brain retraction. Therefore, preservation of the vein is essential in modern neurosurgery to decrease morbidity. METHODS: We describe the technical nuances of Sylvian dissection with an emphasis on preserving the veins...
December 2015: World Neurosurgery
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