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Focus on Skull Base Surgery

Epublication, Oct 2016;16(10). URL: http://websurg.com/doi/fc01en3
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Expanded endoscopic skull base vs. Open skull base approach: decision analysis
In this key lecture, Dr. Dehdashti compares two approaches, namely the expanded endoscopic skull base vs. the open skull base approach in order to make a therapeutic decision.
1. Skull base approach and endoscopic approach
2. Indication and limitation
3. Comparison of skull base cranial approaches with endoscopic approaches
4. Olfactory groove meningioma
5. Example of endoscopic transnasal approach for planum sphenoidal meningioma
6. Which approach we can choose for meningiomas
7. Suprasellar meningioma via transnasal endoscopic approach
8. Suprasellar meningioma via interhemispheric frontobasal approach
9. Tuberculum sellae meningioma via transnasal endoscopic approach
10. Endoscopic endonasal resection of meningioma
A Dehdashti
Lecture
2 years ago
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28:23
Expanded endoscopic skull base vs. Open skull base approach: decision analysis
In this key lecture, Dr. Dehdashti compares two approaches, namely the expanded endoscopic skull base vs. the open skull base approach in order to make a therapeutic decision.
1. Skull base approach and endoscopic approach
2. Indication and limitation
3. Comparison of skull base cranial approaches with endoscopic approaches
4. Olfactory groove meningioma
5. Example of endoscopic transnasal approach for planum sphenoidal meningioma
6. Which approach we can choose for meningiomas
7. Suprasellar meningioma via transnasal endoscopic approach
8. Suprasellar meningioma via interhemispheric frontobasal approach
9. Tuberculum sellae meningioma via transnasal endoscopic approach
10. Endoscopic endonasal resection of meningioma
Strategy for treatment of giant aneurysms at Lariboisière Hospital, Paris (France)
In this key lecture, Dr. Houdart focuses on the strategy for treatment of giant aneurysms at Lariboisière Hospital in Paris (France).
1. Natural history of giant aneurysm
2. Personal experience
3. Endovascular treatment
4. Other issue of selective treatment
5. Parent artery occlusion or flow reversal technique?
6. ICA occlusion treatment
7. Balloon occlusion test
8. Technique of coil delivery
9. Postoperative examination
10. Efficacy of parent artery occlusion
11. Result and complication
12. Flow diverter
13. Clinical case of flow diverter
14. Giant ICA aneurysm
15. Giant BA aneurysm
16. Treatment of giant aneurysm at the level of the IC terminal An, BA top An
17. Clinical case examples
18. Giant M1 aneurysm
19. Giant BA aneurysm
20. Giant VA aneurysm
21. What to do in ruptured giant aneurysm
22. Conclusion
E Houdart
Lecture
2 years ago
227 views
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23:51
Strategy for treatment of giant aneurysms at Lariboisière Hospital, Paris (France)
In this key lecture, Dr. Houdart focuses on the strategy for treatment of giant aneurysms at Lariboisière Hospital in Paris (France).
1. Natural history of giant aneurysm
2. Personal experience
3. Endovascular treatment
4. Other issue of selective treatment
5. Parent artery occlusion or flow reversal technique?
6. ICA occlusion treatment
7. Balloon occlusion test
8. Technique of coil delivery
9. Postoperative examination
10. Efficacy of parent artery occlusion
11. Result and complication
12. Flow diverter
13. Clinical case of flow diverter
14. Giant ICA aneurysm
15. Giant BA aneurysm
16. Treatment of giant aneurysm at the level of the IC terminal An, BA top An
17. Clinical case examples
18. Giant M1 aneurysm
19. Giant BA aneurysm
20. Giant VA aneurysm
21. What to do in ruptured giant aneurysm
22. Conclusion
Foramen magnum meningiomas
In this key lecture, Dr. George focuses on foramen magnum meningiomas.
1. What is the difference between the craniocervical junction and the foramen magnum?
2. Anatomy of the JJC and FM
3. CCJ area pathologies; localization, intradural lesion or extradural lesion
4. Images of clinical cases
5. Three approaches: anterior approach, posterior approach, lateral approach
6. Classification for surgical planning
7. Origin of the tumor; 1. horizontal plane (anterior meningioma, lateral meningioma, posterior meningioma), 2. relation to the VA (below, above, both sides of VA), 3. relation to the dura
8. Intradural, extradural, combined
9. Preoperative preparation
10. Surgical technique
11. Clinical operation movie
B George
Lecture
2 years ago
378 views
40 likes
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41:13
Foramen magnum meningiomas
In this key lecture, Dr. George focuses on foramen magnum meningiomas.
1. What is the difference between the craniocervical junction and the foramen magnum?
2. Anatomy of the JJC and FM
3. CCJ area pathologies; localization, intradural lesion or extradural lesion
4. Images of clinical cases
5. Three approaches: anterior approach, posterior approach, lateral approach
6. Classification for surgical planning
7. Origin of the tumor; 1. horizontal plane (anterior meningioma, lateral meningioma, posterior meningioma), 2. relation to the VA (below, above, both sides of VA), 3. relation to the dura
8. Intradural, extradural, combined
9. Preoperative preparation
10. Surgical technique
11. Clinical operation movie
Surgery for giant aneurysms – clip or bypass
In this key lecture, Dr. Vajkoczy focuses on surgery for giant aneurysms, and more specifically when to use a direct or an indirect approach.
1. Background of treatment of giant aneurysms
2. Review of giant aneurysm analysis
3. Surgical treatment vs. Endovascular treatment
4. Clinical examples
5. Skull base approach for giant aneurysms
6. Selection of approaches for giant aneurysm
7. Philosophy of giant aneurysm
8. Direct techniques for giant aneurysms
9. End-to-end anastomosis
10. Indirect techniques
11. Balloon occlusion test
12. PICA aneurysm
13. Clinical cases
14. Trapping of aneurysm
15. Side-to-side bypass
16. PICA-PICA bypass clinical case
17. Complex MCA aneurysm
18. IC giant aneurysm clinical case
19. Conclusion
P Vajkoczy
Lecture
2 years ago
462 views
47 likes
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23:41
Surgery for giant aneurysms – clip or bypass
In this key lecture, Dr. Vajkoczy focuses on surgery for giant aneurysms, and more specifically when to use a direct or an indirect approach.
1. Background of treatment of giant aneurysms
2. Review of giant aneurysm analysis
3. Surgical treatment vs. Endovascular treatment
4. Clinical examples
5. Skull base approach for giant aneurysms
6. Selection of approaches for giant aneurysm
7. Philosophy of giant aneurysm
8. Direct techniques for giant aneurysms
9. End-to-end anastomosis
10. Indirect techniques
11. Balloon occlusion test
12. PICA aneurysm
13. Clinical cases
14. Trapping of aneurysm
15. Side-to-side bypass
16. PICA-PICA bypass clinical case
17. Complex MCA aneurysm
18. IC giant aneurysm clinical case
19. Conclusion