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  1. [해외논문]   Are facial nerve outcomes worse following surgery for cystic vestibular schwannoma?  

    Jones, Stephen E M ; Baguley, David M ; Moffat, David A
    Skull base : the official journal of North American Skull Base Society ... [et al.] v.17 no.5 ,pp. 281 - 284 , 2007 , 1531-5010 ,

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    Objectives: This study sought to determine explicitly whether postsurgical facial nerve outcomes for patients with a cystic component to a vestibular schwannoma were significantly different from those with a solid tumor. Design: Seventy patients who underwent translabyrinthine surgery for a cystic vestibular schwannoma between May 1981 and the present, and who had complete records in our database, were identified. These were compared with a group of patients with solid tumors matched to the study group on the following parameters: House-Brackmann grade at presentation, tumor size, surgical approach, age. Setting: Regional tertiary referral center. Participants: Adult patients with vestibular schwannomas. Main Outcome Measures: House-Brackmann score 2 years following surgery. Results: No significant difference was found between the two groups. Conclusions: The perceived difference in outcomes between cystic and solid vestibular schwannomas cannot be demonstrated when confounding factors such as tumor size are taken into account.

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  2. [해외논문]   Microanatomy and surgical approaches to the infratemporal fossa: an anaglyphic three-dimensional stereoscopic printing study.  

    Isolan, Gustavo Rassier ; Rowe, Richard ; Al-Mefty, Ossama
    Skull base : the official journal of North American Skull Base Society ... [et al.] v.17 no.5 ,pp. 285 - 302 , 2007 , 1531-5010 ,

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    Objective: The infratemporal fossa (ITF) is a continuation of the temporal fossa between the internal surface of the zygoma and the external surface of the temporal bone and greater wing of the sphenoid bone that is sitting deep to the ramus of the mandible. The principal structure to understanding its relationships is the lateral pterygoid muscle. Other important structures are the medial pterygoid muscle, the maxillary artery, the pterygoid venous plexus, the otic ganglion, the chorda tympani nerve and the mandibular nerve. In this study, we describe the microsurgical anatomy of the ITF, as viewed by step-by-step anatomical dissection and also through the perspective of three lateral approaches and one anterior surgical approach. Methods: Eight cadaver specimens were dissected. In one side of all specimens, an anatomical dissection was done in which a wide preauricular incision from the neck on the anterior border of the sternoclidomastoid muscle at the level of the cricoid cartilage to the superior temporal line was made. The flap was displaced anteriorly and the structures of the neck were dissected followed by a zygomatic osteotomy and dissection of the ITF structures. On the other side were the surgical approaches to the ITF. The combined infratemporal and posterior fossa approach was done in two specimens, the subtemporal preauricular infratemporal fossa approach in two, the zygomatic approach in two, and the lateral transantral maxillotomy in two. The anatomical dissections were documented on the three-dimensional (3D) anaglyphic method to produce stereoscopic prints. Results: The lateral pterygoid muscle is one of the principal structures to enable understanding of the relationships into the ITF. The tendon of the temporal muscle inserts in the coronoid process at the ITF. The maxillary artery is the terminal branch of the external carotid artery that originates at the neck of the mandible and runs into the parotid gland. In our dissections the maxillary artery was lateral to the buccal, lingual, and inferior alveolar nerves. We found the second part of the maxillary artery superficial to the lateral pterygoid muscle in all specimens The anterior and posterior branches of the deep temporal artery supply the temporal muscle. In two cases we found a middle deep temporal artery. The different approaches that we used provided different views of the same anatomical landmarks and this provides not only safer surgery but also the best choice to approach the ITF according with the pathology extension. Conclusions: The ITF is a complex region on the skull base that is affected by benign and malignant tumors. The study through different routes is helpful to disclose the relationship among the anatomical structures. Although the authors have shown four approaches, there are a variety of approaches and even a combination of these can be used. This type of anatomical knowledge is essential to choosing the best approach to treat lesions in this area.

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  3. [해외논문]   Frontozygomatic approach to intraorbital tumors.  

    Numa, Yoshihiro ; Kawamoto, Keiji
    Skull base : the official journal of North American Skull Base Society ... [et al.] v.17 no.5 ,pp. 303 - 310 , 2007 , 1531-5010 ,

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    We removed 12 intraorbital tumors (5 schwannomas, 3 meningiomas, 2 cavernomas, 1 pleomorphic adenoma, and 1 neuroblastoma) using the frontozygomatic approach. No patients died. Postoperatively, 1 patient developed transient ptosis, and 3 patients had mild enophthalmos. Two patients with a meningioma developed transient worsening of their visual acuity and visual field. The frontozygomatic approach for surgical treatment of intraorbital tumors provides a wide visual field exposing the entire optic nerve. This approach is indicated for large intraorbital tumors, tumors affecting the optic nerve or orbital apex, intraorbital tumors that have extended into the intracranial cavity, and intracranial tumors that have extended into the orbit. The operative procedure for intraorbital tumor is determined by the location of the lesion and by the direction of its growth. The procedure is applicable to all intraorbital tumors. It reduces discomfort for surgeons while providing a relatively wide surgical field.

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  4. [해외논문]   Commentary [Frontozygomatic Approach to Intraorbital Tumors]  

    Zabramski, Joseph
    Skull base : the official journal of North American Skull Base Society ... [et al.] v.17 no.5 ,pp. 309 - 309 , 2007 , 1531-5010 ,

    초록

    We removed 12 intraorbital tumors (5 schwannomas, 3 meningiomas, 2 cavernomas, 1 pleomorphic adenoma, and 1 neuroblastoma) using the frontozygomatic approach. No patients died. Postoperatively, 1 patient developed transient ptosis, and 3 patients had mild enophthalmos. Two patients with a meningioma developed transient worsening of their visual acuity and visual field. The frontozygomatic approach for surgical treatment of intraorbital tumors provides a wide visual field exposing the entire optic nerve. This approach is indicated for large intraorbital tumors, tumors affecting the optic nerve or orbital apex, intraorbital tumors that have extended into the intracranial cavity, and intracranial tumors that have extended into the orbit. The operative procedure for intraorbital tumor is determined by the location of the lesion and by the direction of its growth. The procedure is applicable to all intraorbital tumors. It reduces discomfort for surgeons while providing a relatively wide surgical field.

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  5. [해외논문]   COMMENTARIES  

    Zabramski, J. M. ; Fox, D.
    Skull base : the official journal of North American Skull Base Society ... [et al.] v.17 no.5 ,pp. 309 - 310 , 2007 , 1531-5010 ,

    초록

    We removed 12 intraorbital tumors (5 schwannomas, 3 meningiomas, 2 cavernomas, 1 pleomorphic adenoma, and 1 neuroblastoma) using the frontozygomatic approach. No patients died. Postoperatively, 1 patient developed transient ptosis, and 3 patients had mild enophthalmos. Two patients with a meningioma developed transient worsening of their visual acuity and visual field. The frontozygomatic approach for surgical treatment of intraorbital tumors provides a wide visual field exposing the entire optic nerve. This approach is indicated for large intraorbital tumors, tumors affecting the optic nerve or orbital apex, intraorbital tumors that have extended into the intracranial cavity, and intracranial tumors that have extended into the orbit. The operative procedure for intraorbital tumor is determined by the location of the lesion and by the direction of its growth. The procedure is applicable to all intraorbital tumors. It reduces discomfort for surgeons while providing a relatively wide surgical field.

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  6. [해외논문]   Idiopathic temporal bone encephalocele.  

    Papanikolaou, V ; Bibas, A ; Ferekidis, E ; Anagnostopoulou, S ; Xenellis, J
    Skull base : the official journal of North American Skull Base Society ... [et al.] v.17 no.5 ,pp. 311 - 316 , 2007 , 1531-5010 ,

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    Meningoencephaloceles are herniations of brain tissue through dehiscences of the skull base. These skull defects are either acquired (otologic infection, trauma, surgery, neoplasia) or spontaneous. Spontaneous temporal bone meningoencephaloceles are quite rare conditions, usually congenital in origin presenting during childhood, and only occasionally idiopathic presenting during adulthood. We present a case of temporal bone meningoencephalocele of adult onset. The patient was treated with exploratory mastoidectomy, amputation of the herniated cele and closure of the defect with temporalis fascia and an inferiorly based pedicled muscular flap. No reconstruction of the bony defect was performed, as the layered closure was considered adequate. Twelve months' follow-up revealed no relapse of the condition or postoperative complications.

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  7. [해외논문]   Trigeminal amyloidoma: case report and review of the literature.  

    Gottfried, Oren N ; Chin, Steven ; Davidson, H Christian ; Couldwell, William T
    Skull base : the official journal of North American Skull Base Society ... [et al.] v.17 no.5 ,pp. 317 - 324 , 2007 , 1531-5010 ,

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    The authors present a case of amyloid infiltration involving the trigeminal nerve that mimicked a malignant cavernous sinus tumor with perineural tumor infiltration. A 64-year-old man presented with trigeminal nerve numbness. Imaging revealed a plaque-like enhancing lesion along the right lateral cavernous sinus extending anteriorly into Meckel's cave and involving the proximal V2 and V3 branches of the trigeminal nerve. The patient underwent an extradural frontotemporal craniotomy with middle fossa exposure of the cavernous sinus to diagnose and treat the presumed malignant cavernous sinus tumor. A reddish mass involving the lateral dural wall of the cavernous sinus was resected. The gasserian ganglion, V2, and V3, the latter of which was biopsied, were enlarged. Permanent histopathological studies showed microscopic eosinophilic, amorphous material, which stained positive for Congo red, and an absence of neoplastic cells. The final diagnosis was amyloidoma. Thus, amyloidomas can involve the trigeminal nerve or ganglia and should be considered in the differential diagnosis of a cavernous sinus lesion mimicking a tumor. Patients may have symptomatic improvement of trigeminal neuropathy with resection of the amyloidoma outside the nerve capsule that is compressing the nerve, while resection of the lesion from within the capsule may result in permanent trigeminal nerve dysfunction.

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  8. [해외논문]   Commentary [Trigeminal Amyloidoma: Case Report and Review of the Literature]  

    Sen, Chandranath
    Skull base : the official journal of North American Skull Base Society ... [et al.] v.17 no.5 ,pp. 324 - 324 , 2007 , 1531-5010 ,

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    The authors present a case of amyloid infiltration involving the trigeminal nerve that mimicked a malignant cavernous sinus tumor with perineural tumor infiltration. A 64-year-old man presented with trigeminal nerve numbness. Imaging revealed a plaque-like enhancing lesion along the right lateral cavernous sinus extending anteriorly into Meckel's cave and involving the proximal V2 and V3 branches of the trigeminal nerve. The patient underwent an extradural frontotemporal craniotomy with middle fossa exposure of the cavernous sinus to diagnose and treat the presumed malignant cavernous sinus tumor. A reddish mass involving the lateral dural wall of the cavernous sinus was resected. The gasserian ganglion, V2, and V3, the latter of which was biopsied, were enlarged. Permanent histopathological studies showed microscopic eosinophilic, amorphous material, which stained positive for Congo red, and an absence of neoplastic cells. The final diagnosis was amyloidoma. Thus, amyloidomas can involve the trigeminal nerve or ganglia and should be considered in the differential diagnosis of a cavernous sinus lesion mimicking a tumor. Patients may have symptomatic improvement of trigeminal neuropathy with resection of the amyloidoma outside the nerve capsule that is compressing the nerve, while resection of the lesion from within the capsule may result in permanent trigeminal nerve dysfunction.

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  9. [해외논문]   COMMENTARIES  

    Sen, C. ; Sekhar, L. N.
    Skull base : the official journal of North American Skull Base Society ... [et al.] v.17 no.5 ,pp. 324 , 2007 , 1531-5010 ,

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    The authors present a case of amyloid infiltration involving the trigeminal nerve that mimicked a malignant cavernous sinus tumor with perineural tumor infiltration. A 64-year-old man presented with trigeminal nerve numbness. Imaging revealed a plaque-like enhancing lesion along the right lateral cavernous sinus extending anteriorly into Meckel's cave and involving the proximal V2 and V3 branches of the trigeminal nerve. The patient underwent an extradural frontotemporal craniotomy with middle fossa exposure of the cavernous sinus to diagnose and treat the presumed malignant cavernous sinus tumor. A reddish mass involving the lateral dural wall of the cavernous sinus was resected. The gasserian ganglion, V2, and V3, the latter of which was biopsied, were enlarged. Permanent histopathological studies showed microscopic eosinophilic, amorphous material, which stained positive for Congo red, and an absence of neoplastic cells. The final diagnosis was amyloidoma. Thus, amyloidomas can involve the trigeminal nerve or ganglia and should be considered in the differential diagnosis of a cavernous sinus lesion mimicking a tumor. Patients may have symptomatic improvement of trigeminal neuropathy with resection of the amyloidoma outside the nerve capsule that is compressing the nerve, while resection of the lesion from within the capsule may result in permanent trigeminal nerve dysfunction.

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  10. [해외논문]   Intracranial/Extracranial meningioma arising in the hypoglossal canal: case report.  

    Neeff, Michel ; Baysal, Elif ; Homer, Jarrod ; Gillespie, James ; Ramsden, Richard
    Skull base : the official journal of North American Skull Base Society ... [et al.] v.17 no.5 ,pp. 325 - 330 , 2007 , 1531-5010 ,

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    A case of a patient with a posterior fossa meningioma extending through the hypoglossal canal to the cervical region as described in this article has not been previously described in the literature. Investigations and surgical management are outlined and pathological classifications are discussed. A literature review including recent reports of extracranial meningiomas is presented. Extracranial meningiomas are exceedingly rare and a high index of suspicion is necessary to make the diagnosis.

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