Endoscopic and microsurgical anatomy of the upper basal cisterns (Google eBook)

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Springer, Oct 17, 2008 - Medical - 161 pages
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This atlas illustrates the anatomical structures of the upper basal cisterns, their topography and relationship to other intra- and extradural structures. Microsurgical and endoscopic interventions continue to show a significant development at present. They require a profound knowledge of the neuroanatomical circumstances the surgeon will find during the intervention. Although modern imaging techniques are necessary, they might not show enough details for endoscopic interventions. In order to achieve the optimal result, the small visual fields rather need a combination of the depiction of fine details and the presentation of large areas. In this book, the author expands his well-established efforts to convey his outstanding neuroanatomical knowledge to the basal cisterns. His famous anatomical drawings base upon anatomical preparations, cadaver dissections and intraoperative pictures, in order to point out important aspects concerning microsurgical and endoscopic approaches to these parts of the brain.
  

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Contents

Cranial and cerebral base and its landmarks Figs 1 to 9
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Architecture of basal cisterns Fig 16
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Topography of basal cisterns Figs 14 to 30
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Extradural extensions of basal cisterns Figs 7 24 31 to 34
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Cisterna laminae terminalis Figs 35 to 38
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Cisterna fossae lat Sylvii Figs 14 16 and 41 to 44
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Cisterna chiasmatis Figs 14 22 43 and 45 to 48
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Cisterna interpeduncularis Figs 21 22 and 46 to 49
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Cisterna ambiens and Cisterna cruralis Figs 43 and 48 to 51
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Relationship of cisterns to vessels and relationship of cranial nerves to intra and extradural structures Figs 52 to 60 and Figs 7 10 14 17 22 to 24 29 3...
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References
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Subject Index
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