Acoustic Neuroma and Skull Base Surgery: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Acoustic Neuroma Surgery and 2nd European Skull Base Society Congress, Paris, France, April 22-26, 1995

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Jean-Marc Sterkers, Robert Charachon, Olivier Sterkers
Kugler Publications, 1996 - Medical - 754 pages
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Contents

Cytophotometric characteristics histology and proliferation markers in acoustic neuromas
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Table of Contents vii
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Molecular genetic analysis of patients with neurofibromatosis 2 and sporadic meningiomas
31
Nerve origin of acoustic neuromas
47
a suggested protocol for screening
61
Intracanalicular acoustic neuromas
65
Magnetic resonance imaging following vestibular schwannoma excision
75
Sonomotor vestibular response to contralateral stimulation in acoustic neuroma
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what is the best operative management?
369
Interobserver variability in the assessment of facial function
389
Can the longterm prognosis of facial nerve function be anticipated from the ENoG
407
A study of perioperative lumbar CSF pressure in patients undergoing acoustic neuroma
425
Postoperative pain after surgery for acoustic neurinoma
439
Experiences and results of posteroinferior rerouting of the facial nerve in 13 consecutive
455
Meningiomas involving the cavernous sinus critical analysis based on our experience
469
Glomus jugulare tumors in Finland
485

Influence of temperature pressure and blood supply on cochlear nerve function
105
The use of the NIM2 monitor as a predictor of normal facial nerve function
123
The effect of nerve monitoring on facial nerve outcome in acoustic neuroma surgery
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Table of Contents xi
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KTP YAG laser in acoustic neuroma surgery
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neuroradiology histopathology and surgical results
169
Hydroxyapatite cement reconstruction of craniectomy defects after translabyrinthine
201
Significance of hearing restoration in the surgery of small acoustic tumors
211
Threedimensional CT reconstruction for the middle cranial fossa approach in early
225
Hearing preservation following the enlarged middle fossa approach for vestibular
241
New instrumentation in skull base surgery
257
Direct approach to the lateral end of the internal auditory canal through a retrosigmoid
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a report of
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Different prognostic factors for hearing preservation in surgery for acoustic neuroma
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surgery and monitoring
309
Hearing preservation in medial acoustic neuromas
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observation surgery or Gammaknife treatment
339
Management of acoustic neuromas according to
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the extent of facial nerve mobilization
505
Lateral surgical approaches to the skull base
511
Transotic approach for giant cholesterol granulomas with intracranial extension
525
Malignant tumors of the middle
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endoscopic vascular decompression
557
an update
571
indications and results
587
multidisciplinary improvement
601
Differential approaches to frontal transbasal meningiomas
617
Nasomaxillary swing approach in huge nasopharyngeal angiofibroma invading the central
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a report of 57 cases
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two alloplastic materials for frontal sinus obliteration
665
Functioning ectopic supradiaphragmatic pituitary adenomas
681
a new case report
695
Suprasellar meningiomas
713
clinical
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Selective metastases in both internal acoustic meatus
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