By Dan M. Fliss, Ziv Gil
This richly illustrated atlas, compiled via authors with large adventure within the box, bargains a step by step consultant to the surgery of tumors, and congenital ailments of the cranium base and nasal sinuses. specific realization is dedicated to many of the innovations hired for extirpation of tumors and reconstruction of the cranium base and Paranasal Sinuses. as a way to facilitate figuring out of different methods, transparent surgical illustrations are awarded along the top quality intraoperative photos. each time applicable, technical information are supplied and in brief mentioned. This atlas will entice a huge viewers of citizens, fellows, and experts in numerous fields of medication, together with surgeons (head and neck, neurosurgery, otolaryngology, plastic and reconstructive surgical procedure, ophthalmology, maxillofacial surgical procedure) and oncologists.
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The anterior and middle cranial base. Neurosurgery. 3 1 Endoscopic Endonasal Anatomy Endoscopic endonasal approaches to the middle cranial base can be divided into medial and lateral approaches. Medially, the approaches are directed to the regions of the chiasmatic The Cranial Base groove, tuberculum, optic canal, optic strut, pituitary fossa, and carotid sulcus. The lateral corridor, which is lateral to the cavernous carotid and cavernous sinuses, gives access to Meckel cave, the middle fossa, the infratemporal fossa, and the parapharyngeal space (Fig.
Just before passing through the superior orbital fissure and the oculomotor foramen in the annular tendon, the oculomotor nerve divides into an upper division supplying the superior rectus and levator muscles and a lower division to the medial and inferior rectus and inferior oblique muscles. The oculomotor nerve gives rise to the parasympathetic motor root to the ciliary ganglion, which lies lateral to the optic nerve. The abducens nerve passes through the oculomotor foramen and enters the medial surface of the lateral rectus muscle.
The oculomotor foramen, located inside the annular tendon and through which the oculomotor nerve passes, is located between the upper and lower attachment of the lateral rectus muscle. Just before passing through the superior orbital fissure and the oculomotor foramen in the annular tendon, the oculomotor nerve divides into an upper division supplying the superior rectus and levator muscles and a lower division to the medial and inferior rectus and inferior oblique muscles. The oculomotor nerve gives rise to the parasympathetic motor root to the ciliary ganglion, which lies lateral to the optic nerve.