Atlas of Temporal Bone and Lateral Skull Base Surgery

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Thieme, 1995 - Skull base - 189 pages
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good real anatomy of facial nerve approach

Contents

General Guidelines for Drilling
1
Combined Approach Tympanoplasty Canal Wall
8
Surgery for Vertigo
24
Middle Fossa Vestibular Neurectomy
31
Lateral Skull Base Surgery
37
Transcochlear Approaches
51
Facial Nerve Management in NeuroOtology
179
References
185
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Page 189 - The unrecognized rotation of the vestibular and cochlear nerves from the labyrinth to the brainstem: its implications in surgery of the eighth cranial nerve.
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Page 189 - Russo A, Khashaba A. The modified transcochlear approaches to the skull base: results and indications. In: Mazzoni A, Sanna M, eds. Skull base surgery Update, 1.
Page 164 - The lateral pterygoid muscle originates from the lateral surface of the great wing of the sphenoid and the lateral surface of the lateral pterygoid lamina.

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