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  1. [해외논문]   Change in hearing and tinnitus in conservatively managed vestibular schwannomas.  

    Quaranta, Nicola ; Baguley, David M ; Moffat, David A
    Skull base : the official journal of North American Skull Base Society ... [et al.] v.17 no.4 ,pp. 223 - 228 , 2007 , 1531-5010 ,

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    Objectives: The aim of this study was to evaluate the change of hearing and tinnitus in a group of conservatively managed unilateral vestibular schwannomas (VS). Design: Retrospective case series review. Setting: Tertiary referral otoneurological and skull base surgery department. Participants: Seventy patients affected by unilateral VS with at least two audiograms available were retrospectively evaluated. Main outcome measures: Changes in pure tone average (PTA), speech discrimination score (SDS), and tinnitus were analyzed. Results: At diagnosis 16 patients (22.9%) had a PTA of 0 to 30 dB and 38 (54.4%) a PTA of 0 to 50 dB. At the end of the follow-up period, 9 patients (12.9%) had a PTA of 0 to 30 dB and 27 (38.7%) had a PTA of 0 to 50 dB, representing a hearing preservation rate of 56% and 70%, respectively. Of patients with both tonal and speech audiometry, 71.4% with class A hearing (PTA 70%) maintained their initial hearing and 60% with class A or B hearing (PTA 50%) maintained this useful hearing. Forty-two patients (60%) did not show a significant growth in their tumor over the period of observation. In this group of patients the mean PTA after a mean follow-up time of 40 months decreased from 44 dB HL to 50.8 dB HL, with a yearly rate of 2.47 dB HL. The chance of maintaining a PTA of 0 to 30 dB in this group of patients was 57.1% and a PTA of 0 to 50 dB was 81.4%. Conclusions: In this group of patients affected by VS and managed conservatively with a mean follow-up of 33.3 months, the risk of losing eligibility for hearing preservation surgery was lower than 30%.

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  2. [해외논문]   "Extarterectomy" for Tumors Invading the Carotid Artery: An Animal Model.  

    Oner, Kazım ; Bilgen, Cem ; Oran, Ismail ; Kirazli, Tayfun ; Memiş, Ahmet ; Ovül, Izzet ; Yilmaz, Ozlem
    Skull base : the official journal of North American Skull Base Society ... [et al.] v.17 no.4 ,pp. 229 - 234 , 2007 , 1531-5010 ,

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    Objective: Carotid artery (CA) invasion by head and neck tumors is a challenging problem for the cranial base surgeon. Proposed methods for management have the disadvantage of constant or temporary interruption of the arterial blood flow and, as a consequence, cerebral ischemic complications. The objective of the study was to investigate the long-term effects of a novel technique, "extarterectomy," on the vascular wall and the arterial blood flow in an ovine model. Methods: Wallstents were implanted bilaterally in the common CA of 5 sheep by the Seldinger technique. Six weeks after stent implantation, a segment of the arterial wall of about 2 cm in length was peeled off the external surface of the stent. Six months later, control angiography was performed. The animals were sacrificed after 18 months and the "extarterectomized" arteries were removed for the microscopic and macroscopic evaluation. Results: There were no acquired neurological deficits in the study group. Extarterectomy was performed without any complication in every case. Control angiography confirmed patent CAs. Evaluation by light microscopy showed the "neointimal" layer within the interstices of the stent. Conclusion: Extarterectomy allows aggressive tumor removal together with the maintenance of blood flow through the CA and offers hope for those with tumors invading the CA.

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  3. [해외논문]   Does Meningitis Stop CSF Rhinorrhea following Lateral Skull Base Surgery?  

    Malik, Tass H ; Bruce, Iain A ; Kelly, Gerard ; Ramsden, Richard T ; Saeed, Shakeel R
    Skull base : the official journal of North American Skull Base Society ... [et al.] v.17 no.4 ,pp. 235 - 238 , 2007 , 1531-5010 ,

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    In cases of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) rhinorrhea following lateral skull base surgery, fibrosis and fibrin formation resulting from meningitis has been postulated as a mechanism of spontaneously resolving the CSF leak. This study was undertaken to explore any possible relationship between the cessation of CSF leak and meningitis. A retrospective study at a tertiary referral center of 232 consecutive patients was performed. Out of a total of 232 procedures, 29 patients developed CSF rhinorrhea, of whom 7 subsequently developed meningitis. Bacteria were isolated in CSF obtained at lumbar puncture in 5 cases, with the CSF analysis in the remaining 2 cases suggesting aseptic meningitis. Conservative treatment failed to stop the CSF rhinorrhea in 6 of 7 cases. In this study, the development of meningitis did not appear to aid in the resolution of the CSF rhinorrhea. We conclude that surgical intervention should not be delayed in the expectation that meningitis and conservative interventions may promote CSF leak resolution.

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  4. [해외논문]   COMMENTARY  

    Ammerman, J. M. ; Deshmukh, V.
    Skull base : the official journal of North American Skull Base Society ... [et al.] v.17 no.4 ,pp. 237 - 238 , 2007 , 1531-5010 ,

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    In cases of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) rhinorrhea following lateral skull base surgery, fibrosis and fibrin formation resulting from meningitis has been postulated as a mechanism of spontaneously resolving the CSF leak. This study was undertaken to explore any possible relationship between the cessation of CSF leak and meningitis. A retrospective study at a tertiary referral center of 232 consecutive patients was performed. Out of a total of 232 procedures, 29 patients developed CSF rhinorrhea, of whom 7 subsequently developed meningitis. Bacteria were isolated in CSF obtained at lumbar puncture in 5 cases, with the CSF analysis in the remaining 2 cases suggesting aseptic meningitis. Conservative treatment failed to stop the CSF rhinorrhea in 6 of 7 cases. In this study, the development of meningitis did not appear to aid in the resolution of the CSF rhinorrhea. We conclude that surgical intervention should not be delayed in the expectation that meningitis and conservative interventions may promote CSF leak resolution.

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  5. [해외논문]   Malignant solitary fibrous tumor of the nasal cavity.  

    Zeitler, Daniel M ; Kanowitz, Seth J ; Har-El, Gady
    Skull base : the official journal of North American Skull Base Society ... [et al.] v.17 no.4 ,pp. 239 - 246 , 2007 , 1531-5010 ,

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    Solitary fibrous tumors (SFTs) are unusual mesenchymal tumors that were first described as primary spindle-cell neoplasms of the pleura. These tumors have been described in many other locations, including the urogenital system, orbit, mediastinum, and upper respiratory tract. Twenty-two cases of an SFT of the paranasal sinuses and nasal cavity have been reported, but none described a malignant SFT extending through the anterior skull base. A 70-year-old man had a 6-month history of unilateral left-sided epiphora and nasal obstruction. Computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging showed a large left-sided nasal cavity mass with extension into the left extraconal orbit and intracranial extension through the left cribriform plate and ethmoid roof. The patient underwent preoperative embolization of the internal maxillary artery and a subsequent anterior craniofacial resection via a midfacial degloving approach and a left anterior craniotomy. Histopathological analysis of the specimen was consistent with a malignant SFT.

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  6. [해외논문]   COMMENTARY  

    Beres, E. J.
    Skull base : the official journal of North American Skull Base Society ... [et al.] v.17 no.4 ,pp. 244 - 246 , 2007 , 1531-5010 ,

    초록

    Solitary fibrous tumors (SFTs) are unusual mesenchymal tumors that were first described as primary spindle-cell neoplasms of the pleura. These tumors have been described in many other locations, including the urogenital system, orbit, mediastinum, and upper respiratory tract. Twenty-two cases of an SFT of the paranasal sinuses and nasal cavity have been reported, but none described a malignant SFT extending through the anterior skull base. A 70-year-old man had a 6-month history of unilateral left-sided epiphora and nasal obstruction. Computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging showed a large left-sided nasal cavity mass with extension into the left extraconal orbit and intracranial extension through the left cribriform plate and ethmoid roof. The patient underwent preoperative embolization of the internal maxillary artery and a subsequent anterior craniofacial resection via a midfacial degloving approach and a left anterior craniotomy. Histopathological analysis of the specimen was consistent with a malignant SFT.

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  7. [해외논문]   Teflon granuloma of the skull base: a complication of endonasal brain surgery.  

    Soose, Ryan J ; Snyderman, Carl H ; Kassam, Amin B
    Skull base : the official journal of North American Skull Base Society ... [et al.] v.17 no.4 ,pp. 247 - 252 , 2007 , 1531-5010 ,

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    Teflon granuloma is an inflammatory giant-cell foreign-body reaction to polytetrafluoroethylene fibers or injection. Tissue augmentation with Teflon has dramatically declined over the past two decades because of its implication in granuloma formation. Nevertheless, Teflon felt is still commonly used in neurosurgical dissection and microvascular decompression. We report a patient with a Teflon granuloma of the skull base discovered 1.5 years after endonasal resection of an olfactory groove meningioma. The case highlights the clinical and radiographic diagnosis as well as the management of this unusual finding.

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  8. [해외논문]   COMMENTARY  

    White, W. L.
    Skull base : the official journal of North American Skull Base Society ... [et al.] v.17 no.4 ,pp. 252 , 2007 , 1531-5010 ,

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    Teflon granuloma is an inflammatory giant-cell foreign-body reaction to polytetrafluoroethylene fibers or injection. Tissue augmentation with Teflon has dramatically declined over the past two decades because of its implication in granuloma formation. Nevertheless, Teflon felt is still commonly used in neurosurgical dissection and microvascular decompression. We report a patient with a Teflon granuloma of the skull base discovered 1.5 years after endonasal resection of an olfactory groove meningioma. The case highlights the clinical and radiographic diagnosis as well as the management of this unusual finding.

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  9. [해외논문]   Posterior cranial fossa gangliogliomas.  

    Safavi-Abbasi, Sam ; Di Rocco, Federico ; Chantra, Kraisri ; Feigl, Guenther C ; El-Shawarby, Amr ; Samii, Amir ; Samii, Madjid
    Skull base : the official journal of North American Skull Base Society ... [et al.] v.17 no.4 ,pp. 253 - 264 , 2007 , 1531-5010 ,

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    Ganglioglioma (GG) is an uncommon primary lesion of the central nervous system that is typically located supratentorially. There are only a few reports of GG arising from the cerebellum. To the best of our knowledge this is the first case of a cerebellar GG with supratentorial extension and a longstanding history before its recognition. In fact, this 29-year-old male presented with an 11-year history of intermittent headaches. A cranial computerized tomography (CT) performed at the onset of his complaints failed to reveal the tumor. After a particularly longstanding cephalalgic episode, the patient underwent a new CT scan that was also negative. However, magnetic resonance (MR) imaging of the brain revealed a space-occupying lesion in the right cerebellar hemisphere with extension to the level of the superior colliculi and pineal recess. The tumor was partially removed through a midline suboccipital craniotomy and supracerebellar approach. Pathological examination of the tumor showed composition of atypical ganglion cells and astrocytes, indicating the diagnosis of cerebellar GG. At last follow-up, 24 months after surgery, the patient reported a marked improvement of his clinical condition with significant reduction of intensity and frequency of the headache. The present report illustrates how cerebellar GG may remain undetectable by CT and may therefore present with a longstanding history and nonspecific signs and symptoms. MR investigation can lead to the proper diagnosis. Even after partial removal the prognosis remains good and remission of the symptoms may be achieved. In this article, we review the literature and summarize the current understanding of infratentorial GGs.

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  10. [해외논문]   Commentary “Posterior Cranial Fossa Gangliogliomas”  

    Sen, Chandranath
    Skull base : the official journal of North American Skull Base Society ... [et al.] v.17 no.4 ,pp. 263 - 263 , 2007 , 1531-5010 ,

    초록

    Ganglioglioma (GG) is an uncommon primary lesion of the central nervous system that is typically located supratentorially. There are only a few reports of GG arising from the cerebellum. To the best of our knowledge this is the first case of a cerebellar GG with supratentorial extension and a longstanding history before its recognition. In fact, this 29-year-old male presented with an 11-year history of intermittent headaches. A cranial computerized tomography (CT) performed at the onset of his complaints failed to reveal the tumor. After a particularly longstanding cephalalgic episode, the patient underwent a new CT scan that was also negative. However, magnetic resonance (MR) imaging of the brain revealed a space-occupying lesion in the right cerebellar hemisphere with extension to the level of the superior colliculi and pineal recess. The tumor was partially removed through a midline suboccipital craniotomy and supracerebellar approach. Pathological examination of the tumor showed composition of atypical ganglion cells and astrocytes, indicating the diagnosis of cerebellar GG. At last follow-up, 24 months after surgery, the patient reported a marked improvement of his clinical condition with significant reduction of intensity and frequency of the headache. The present report illustrates how cerebellar GG may remain undetectable by CT and may therefore present with a longstanding history and nonspecific signs and symptoms. MR investigation can lead to the proper diagnosis. Even after partial removal the prognosis remains good and remission of the symptoms may be achieved. In this article, we review the literature and summarize the current understanding of infratentorial GGs.

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