This unique textbook will help residents, fellows, and practitioners in neurosurgery and otolaryngology make an evidenced-based decision on using the most effective microsurgical and/or endoscopic approach to achieve the best outcomes in patients with skull base lesions.
Section I: Instrumentals and Equipment1. Instrumentation for Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery2. Neurosurgical Instrumentation3. Neurophysiological Monitoring in Skull Base SurgerySection II: Anterior Transnasal and Transoral Approaches4. Anatomical Landmarks of Anterior Approaches: An Endoscopic View5. Direct Microscopic Transsphenoidal Surgery with Hybrid Use of Endoscopy6. The Extended Transphenoidal Approach (Mid-maxillotomy) to the Clivus7. The Microsurgical Transoral Approach8. Elongated and Pediculated Pericranial Flap for Endonasal Reconstruction of the Entire Ventral Skull Base9. Expanded Endoscopic Endonasal Approaches to the Sellar and Parasellar Regions10. The Endoscopic Transpterygoid Approach to the Parasellar and Infratemporal FossaSection III: Surgical Approaches to the Orbit11. Microsurgical Anatomy of the Orbit12. Lateral Orbitotomy Approach to the Orbit and Cavernous Sinus13. Transcranial Approaches to the Orbit14. The Medial Endoscopic Approach to the OrbitSection IV: Anterior Approaches to the Skull Base15. Microsurgical Anatomy of the Anterior Skull Base Through a Cranial View16. Microsurgical Anatomy of the Anterior Skull Base as Seen Through the Endonasal Endoscopic View17. Eyebrow Supraorbital Approach for Skull Base Lesions18. Transbasal/Transcranial Microsurgical Approaches to Anterior Fossa Meningiomas19. Orbitocranial Approach20. The Extended Endoscopic Endonasal Approach to the Anterior FossaSection V: Anterolateral Approaches21. Microsurgical Anatomy of the Cavernous Sinus22. Transcavernous Approach23. Microsurgical Anatomy of the Middle Fossa and Petrous Apex24. Pterional Approach25. Anterolateral Skull Base: Anatomy, Surgical Technique, and Nuances26. Pretemporal Approach27. Cranio-Orbit-Zygomatic (COZ) Approach28. Anterior Petrosal Approach29. Endoscopic Approach to the Cavernous Sinus Area: Surgical TechniqueSection VI: Posterolateral Approaches30. Temporal Bone Anatomy31. Microsurgical Anatomy of the Jugular Foramen32. Anatomy of the Cerebellopontine Angle: A Microscopic Perspective33. The Posterior Retrolabyrinthine Presigmoid Approach34. Retrosigmoid Approach35. Endoscopic Assisted Approach to the Cerebellopontine Angle36. Infratemporal Fossa Approach to the Jugular Foramen37. The Facial Reanimation: Multidisciplinar ApproachesSection VII: Posterior and Lateral Approaches to the Craniocervical Junction38. Microsurgical Anatomy of the Foramen Magnum39. Far-Lateral Approach and Its Variants40. Surgical Treatment for Atlantoaxial Instability41. Endoscopic Approach to the Craniocervical JunctionSection VIII: Approaches to the Posterior Incisural Space42. Anatomy of the Posterior Incisural Space: Microscopic Perspective43. Anatomy of the Posterior Incisural Space: Endoscopic Perspective44. The Occipito-polar Approach: Study of the Occipital lnterhemispheric Supratentorial Transtentorial Transfalcine Approach45. Supracerebellar Infratentorial Approach: Microsurgical Perspective46. Supracerebellar Infratentorial Approach: Endoscopic Perspective47. STA-MCA Bypass48. High-Flow Cervical Carotid Artery to Middle Cerebral Artery Bypass49. Intracranial–Intracranial Bypass for Treatment of Complex Vascular Lesions and Tumors50. Endoscopic Endonasal Approaches for the Treatment of Vascular Lesions51. Endoscopic Endonasal Transclival Approach to the Posterior Fossa52. Supracerebellar Transtentorial Approach
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