About this book
- A new volume edited by the original author twenty years on
- Contains articles by specialists presenting the state-of-the-art in this technology
Professor Dolenc edited the first comprehensive and up-to-date text dealing with the cavernous sinus. His book addressed anyone concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of lesions of the skull base. Now, twenty years later, the same author edits a new volume with articles by specialists in the topic presenting the state-of-the-art in this technology.
Written for: Anyone who is concerned with the diagnosis and
treatment of lesions of the skull base
- cavernous sinus
- cranial base
- cranial nerves
- pituitary tumor
Table of contents
From the contents
M. Samii, V.M. Gerganov: Surgery of cavernous sinus meningiomas: advantages and disadvantages.- M. Tschabitscher, R. J. Galzio: Central skull base anatomy as seen through the endoscope.- W. Eisner: Neuromonitoring central skull base surgery.- E. de Oliveira et al.: Surgical treatment of large/giant carotid-ophthalmic and other intradural internal carotid artery aneurysms .- E. de Oliveira et al.: Surgical treatment of basilar apex aneurysms: surgical approaches and techniques.- E. de Divitiis et al.: Extended endoscopic endonasal transsphenoidal approach to supra-parasella tumors.- O. Al Mefty, J. A. Heth: Cavernous sinus meningiomas.- J. T. Keller et al.: Venous anatomy of the lateral sellar compartment.- A. Goel: Trigeminal neurinomas: surgical considerations.- A. Goel, T. D. Nadkarni: Giant pituitary tumors: surgical treatment of 265 cases.- L. N. Sekhar et al.: Aneurysms of the intracavernous ICA: current treatment.- L. N. Sekhar: Bypasses for cavernous sinus tumors: history, techniques, and current status.- S. Froelich et al.: The transition between the cavernous sinus and orbit.- A. L. Rhoton: The middle cranial base and cavernous sinus.