Surgery Of The Sellar Region And Paranasal Sinuses - Samii M. (Curatore) | Libro Springer 03/2012 -

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Surgery of the Sellar Region and Paranasal Sinuses

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Lingua: Inglese


Pubblicazione: 03/2012
Edizione: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1991


The sellar region and paranasal sinuses constitute the anatomical sections of the skull base in which pathological entities warrant interdisciplinary management. Processes originating in the paranasal sinuses can reach and involve the skull base in and around the sella, sometimes not respecting the natural dural boundary. On the other hand, lesions involving the sellar block, such as pituitary adenomas and meningiomas, can also extend downwards into the paranasal sinuses. The orbit and cavernous sinus may be subject to involvement and infiltration by both paranasal and sellar pathology. The advancement and new achievements of modern diagnostic procedures, such as high-resolution CT, three-dimensional reconstruc­ tion, MRI, and MRI angiography, as well as the detailed selective angiographic protocols and endovascular techniques, have increased the possibilities for surgical management of this type of pathology with extra- and intracranial involvement. Long-standing and intense inter­ disciplinary work has led to sophisticated operative approaches which for benign tumors allow total excision with preservation of structures and function, and for some malignant lesions permit an en bloc resec­ tion via a combined intracranial-extracranial approach. This volume reflects the work and scientific exchange which took place during the IV International Congress of the Skull Base Study Group, held in Hanover. Leading authorities in the basic sciences including anatomy joined with diagnosticians, clinicians, and surgeons from different fields to evaluate the state of the art of this topic in skull base surgery.


1: Paranasal Sinuses and Orbit.- Paranasal Sinuses: Anatomical Considerations.- The Growth of the Paranasal Sinuses in Craniostenosis.- Clinical Anatomy of the Sphenoidal Sinus.- Space-Occupying Processes of Paranasal Sinuses.- Clinical Manifestation of Sinus Disorders — ENT.- Ophthalmological Manifestations of Paranasal Sinus Diseases.- Imaging of the Paranasal Sinuses.- Influence of Sphenoidal Sinus Size on the Sella Angle in Lateral Cephalograms.- The Sphenoid Sinus: Typical and Variable Morphologic Pattern Demonstrated by High-Resolution and Multiplanar CT.- Interventional Angiography.- Surgical Management of Maxillary Sinus Pathology.- Neurosurgical/ENT Management of Paranasal Sinus Lesions Extending Through the Skull Base.- Therapy of Tumors Affecting the Paranasal Sinuses and Sellar Region.- Microscopic Endonasal Surgery of the Paranasal Sinuses and the Parasellar Region.- Exeresis and Reconstruction Techniques in the Surgical Treatment of Malignant Tumors of the Ethmoid.- Total Ethmoidectomy for Malignant Tumors of the Anterior Skull Base: 14 Years’ Experience on 62 Cases.- The Status of the Frontal Sinus After Craniotomy.- Juvenile Nasopharyngeal Angiofibroma: The Update Concept of Diagnosis and Therapy.- Computed Tomography-Stereotactic Curie Therapy of Recurrent Nasopharyngeal Carcinoma Invading the Skull Base.- Isolated Sphenoid Sinus Aspergillosis with Intracranial Extension: Report on Three Cases.- Cranial Complications Following Dental Infection.- Lesions of the Skull Base and Paranasal Sinuses Presenting with Unilateral Exophthalmos.- Periorbital Approaches for Resection of Tumors of the Orbita.- Management of Benign Orbital Tumors Via Medial and Osteoplastic Lateral Orbitotomy.- Surgical Technique and Results of Orbital Decompression in Graves’ Disease.- Experiences with an Evacuable Anatomic Maxillary Sinus Implant for the Management of Orbital and Maxillary Injuries.- 2: Sellar Region.- A. General Aspects.- Clinical Anatomy of the Ophthalmic Artery and Cavernous Sinus.- Microsurgical Anatomy of the Intracavernous Carotid Artery and Its Branches.- Microsurgical Anatomy of the Upper Cranial Nerves in the Sellar Region.- Ophthalmological Symptoms in Tumors of the Sellar Region.- Anatomy and Imaging of the Normal Sella Turcica and Pituitary Gland.- New Possibilities for Computed Tomography in the Diagnosis of Pituitary Microadenomas.- Computed Tomographic Cisternography of the Sellar and Parasellar Region: A Radiological Approach to Cisternal Anatomy.- Magnetic Resonance Imaging Diagnosis of Microadenoma.- Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Parasellar Developed Pituitary Adenomas: New Consequences for Pituitary Surgery.- Magnetic Resonance in Modern Neuroimaging of Skull Base Neoplasms with Particular Reference to the Evaluation of Complications of Medically and Surgically Treated Pituitary Adenomas.- Diagnostic and Therapeutic Angiography of the Sellar and Parasellar Region.- Value of Visual Evoked Potentials in Indicating an Operation in Sellar Space-Occupying Processes.- Preoperative Grading of Visual Function by Pattern Evoked Electroretinogram and Visual Evoked Cortical Potentials in Patients with Sellar and Parasellar Tumors.- B. Pituitary Adenomas.- Surgery of Sellar Lesions: Experience from 38 Years.- Pituitary Tumors in the Aged.- Pituitary Adenomas in Childhood and Adolescence.- Recurrent Pituitary Adenomas.- A Clinical, Endocrinological, and Morphological Study of Pituitary Tumor Recurrence.- The Growth Rate in Pituitary Adenomas: Measurement by Proliferation Marker Ki 67.- Therapeutic Considerations in Pituitary Tumor Recurrence.- Aggressive Behavior and Changing Histology in a Pituitary Adenoma.- Pituitary Adenoma with Cavernous Sinus Involvement.- Cushing’s Disease.- Skull Base Involvement in Pituitary Adenomas.- Sub- and Retrochiasmatic Approach for Microsurgical Removal of Large Suprasellar Tumors.- The Use of CO2 Laser in Transsphenoidal Surgery of Sellar Region Tumors.- Practical Experiences with the Nd-YAG Laser in Pituitary Surgery.- Pituitary Interstitial Irradiation for Cushing’s Disease and Acromegaly.- Complications of Transsphenoidal Surgery.- The Effects of Pituitary Adenoma on the Facial Skeleton in Cases of Acromegaly.- Some Rare Tumors of the Sella Turcica and Paranasal Sinuses.- The Empty Sella and the Sellar Arachnoidal Cyst.- C. Craniopharyngiomas.- Craniopharyngioma: A Puzzling Neurosurgical Problem.- The Radical Operation for Removal of Craniopharyngioma.- Experiences with Radical Excision of Craniopharyngioma.- Some Technical Considerations Regarding Craniopharyngioma Surgery: The Bifrontal Approach.- Two Rare Craniopharyngiomas.- 3: Other Space-Occupying Lesions.- Thermoregulation in Patients with Skull Base Tumors.- Operations of Skull Base Processes: Value of Intraoperative Monitoring.- Surgery of Extracerebral Tumors of the Frontal and Medial Skull Base.- Craniofacial Resection for Anterior Skull Base Tumors.- Trigeminal Schwannoma.- Parasellar Chondrosarcoma: Case Report and Literature Review.- Cholesterol Granuloma of the Skull Base: A Review.- The Transpalatal-Transpharyngeal Approach to Chordomas of the Ventral Sphenoclival Regions.- Transnaso-Sphenoidal Approach to Skull Base Lesions Other than Pituitary Adenomas.- Transmaxillar-Transnasal Approach: A Microsurgical Anatomical Model.- Transsylvian Pretemporal Approach to the Infundibular Region.- Meningioma and Parasellar Pituitary Adenoma Affecting the Cavernous Sinus: Radical Tumor Extirpation?.- The Microanatomical Basis for Cavernous Sinus Surgery.- The Cavernous Sinus Syndrome: An Anatomical and Clinical Study.- Vascular Lesions in the Sellar Region.- Surgery of Vascular Lesions in the Cavernous Sinus.- Parasellar Aneurysms: Treatment Options and Results.- Direct Operative Approach and Clipping of Intracavernous Nontraumatic Aneurysms.- Parasellar Cavernous Angiomas: Report of Two Cases.- Parasellar Cavernomas Mimicking Meningiomas.- Ophthalmological Manifestations in Cases of Giant Parasellar Aneurysm.- Extra-Intracranial Anastomosis with Venous Interpositions in Patients with Giant Aneurysms of the Skull Base.- Embolization of Four Cases of Carotid-Cavernous Sinus Fistulas by Retrograde Catheterism of the Superior Orbital Vein.

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