Comprehensive Management of Skull Base Tumors by Ehab Y. Hanna, Franco DeMonte

By Ehab Y. Hanna, Franco DeMonte

The administration of tumors in and adjoining to the skullbase is demanding given the advanced and significantly vital anatomy of the sector and the vast variety of tumor pathologies which may be encountered. to aid navigate the complexities of up to date multidisciplinary administration of those sufferers, Drs. Hanna and DeMonte carry you finished administration of cranium Base Tumors, a finished advisor packed with up to date info from professionals around the globe. finished administration of cranium Base Tumors is split into 3 sections which includes: normal ideas web site particular surgical procedure tumor particular administration packed with clinical tables and lavishly illustrated, this article is written with an emphasis on surgical procedure, radiation and chemotherapy, and may entice all neurosurgeons, otolaryngologists, plastic surgeons, maxillofacial surgeons, ophthalmologists, clinical and radiation oncologists, and radiologists.

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Ant. Pon. Mes. V. V. Cer. Pon. Fiss. Ant. Hem. V. V. Pon. Med. sulcus Trans. Med. V. Med. Ant. Med. V. Figure 16 Brain stem, anterior cerebellar surface, and posterior skull base. (A) The petrosal (anterior) surface of the cerebellum, called the petrosal surface, and front of the brain stem face the endocranial surface of the posterior fossa. The fourth ventricle is positioned behind the pons and medulla. The midbrain and pons are separated by the pontomesencephalic sulcus and the pons and medulla by the pontomedullary sulcus.

Sinus sulcus D C For. ovale For. lacerum Clivus Petrocliv. Fiss. Styloid Proc. Pharyng. tubercle Jug. For. Styloid Proc. Stylomast. For. Occip. Cond. Car. canal Clivus Jug. For. Condylar part 21 mm Occip. Cond. 8 mm Occip. bone Jug. Proc. Squamosal Part E F For. Ovale Int. Ac. meatus Petrocliv. Fiss. Clivus Coch. aqueduct Pet. part Clivus Vest. aqueduct Petrocliv. Fiss. Car. canal Coch. aqueduct Intrajug. Proc. Sig. Part Hypogl. canal Occip. Cond. Pet. part Sig. part Occip. bone Jug. Proc. Figure 14 Occipital bone, foramen magnum, and jugular foramen.

N. & A. Figure 11 Anterior view. Stepwise dissection of a cross section showing the relationships below the middle cranial base. (A) The soft palate, which has been preserved, is located at the level of the foramen magnum. The infratemporal fossa, located below the greater sphenoid wing and middle cranial fossa, contains the pterygoid muscles, maxillary artery, mandibular nerve branches, and the pterygoid venous plexus and opens posteriorly into the area around the carotid sheath as shown on the left side.

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