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Foramen magnum meningiomas
In this key lecture, Dr. George focuses on foramen magnum meningiomas.
1. What is the difference between the craniocervical junction and the foramen magnum?
2. Anatomy of the JJC and FM
3. CCJ area pathologies; localization, intradural lesion or extradural lesion
4. Images of clinical cases
5. Three approaches: anterior approach, posterior approach, lateral approach
6. Classification for surgical planning
7. Origin of the tumor; 1. horizontal plane (anterior meningioma, lateral meningioma, posterior meningioma), 2. relation to the VA (below, above, both sides of VA), 3. relation to the dura
8. Intradural, extradural, combined
9. Preoperative preparation
10. Surgical technique
11. Clinical operation movie
B George
Lecture
3 years ago
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Foramen magnum meningiomas
In this key lecture, Dr. George focuses on foramen magnum meningiomas.
1. What is the difference between the craniocervical junction and the foramen magnum?
2. Anatomy of the JJC and FM
3. CCJ area pathologies; localization, intradural lesion or extradural lesion
4. Images of clinical cases
5. Three approaches: anterior approach, posterior approach, lateral approach
6. Classification for surgical planning
7. Origin of the tumor; 1. horizontal plane (anterior meningioma, lateral meningioma, posterior meningioma), 2. relation to the VA (below, above, both sides of VA), 3. relation to the dura
8. Intradural, extradural, combined
9. Preoperative preparation
10. Surgical technique
11. Clinical operation movie
Extended endoscopic endonasal approach for intra- and supra-sellar retroinfundibular and ventricular craniopharyngioma
Craniopharyngiomas are challenging tumors that most frequently occur in the sellar or suprasellar region. The microscopic or endoscopic transsphenoidal approach is the preferred approach for sellar lesion with or without suprasellar extension. Recently, the extended endoscopic endonasal transsphenoidal approach has been proposed as an alternative route to transcranial approach for supradiaphragmatic lesion with or without ventricular extension. We are reporting a case of an intra- and supra-sellar retroinfundibular and ventricular craniopharyngioma that was treated using an extended endonasal endoscopic approach.
S Froelich, C Debry
Surgical intervention
8 years ago
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45 likes
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06:41
Extended endoscopic endonasal approach for intra- and supra-sellar retroinfundibular and ventricular craniopharyngioma
Craniopharyngiomas are challenging tumors that most frequently occur in the sellar or suprasellar region. The microscopic or endoscopic transsphenoidal approach is the preferred approach for sellar lesion with or without suprasellar extension. Recently, the extended endoscopic endonasal transsphenoidal approach has been proposed as an alternative route to transcranial approach for supradiaphragmatic lesion with or without ventricular extension. We are reporting a case of an intra- and supra-sellar retroinfundibular and ventricular craniopharyngioma that was treated using an extended endonasal endoscopic approach.