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Anatomical Dissections for Use in Neurosurgery : Vol. 1

Author: Wolfgang Seeger; H R Eggert
Publisher: Vienna : Springer Vienna, 1987.
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Thisbookispublishedintwovolumes. Velum medullare posterior in the area of the 4th Inthisfirstvolume, anattemptismadetogiveyoung ventricle, including the choroidpoint ofthe PICA, neurosurgeons methodical instruction in the dissec canbestudiedexactly. Theseexampleswerechosen tion of formaldehyde-preserved brains. This book, becauseexacttopographicalknowledgeoftheseves however, isnotintendedtobetakenasatextbookon  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Wolfgang Seeger; H R Eggert
ISBN: 9783709169797 3709169798
OCLC Number: 851374765
Description: 1 online resource (150 illustrations)
Contents: I Anatomical Dissection of the Brain After Removal of Leptomeninges and Vessels --
1 Basic Principles --
2 Lateral and Medial Cortex cerebri --
3 Basal Ganglia, Lateral and 3rd Ventricle --
4 Cerebellum and 4th Ventricle --
II Anatomical Dissection of the Brain. Leptomeninges and Vessels Preserved --
5 Supratentorial Structures --
6 Infratentorial Structures --
References.
Responsibility: by Wolfgang Seeger, Hans-Rudolf Eggert.

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Thisbookispublishedintwovolumes. Velum medullare posterior in the area of the 4th Inthisfirstvolume, anattemptismadetogiveyoung ventricle, including the choroidpoint ofthe PICA, neurosurgeons methodical instruction in the dissec canbestudiedexactly. Theseexampleswerechosen tion of formaldehyde-preserved brains. This book, becauseexacttopographicalknowledgeoftheseves however, isnotintendedtobetakenasatextbookon sel-richstructuresisofteninadequate;andwhenusing modernoperativetechniques, increasingly more op anatomy. Conventionalpresentationsoftheanatomy ofthebrainmustpresent, stepbystep, theindividual erationsareperformedinjusttheseparticularareas. systemsoftheorganaccordingto itsdevelopmental These dissections compose the content of the first and functional aspects, e. g. cortex, limbic system, volume. basal ganglia, brainstem, and cerebellum. Because The second volume is intended for experienced duringasingleoperationtheneurosurgeon issome neurosurgeonswhoperformcomplexoperationsdeep times confronted with all the various systems, it is insidethebrain. Someoftheseoperations have be necessarytoperformbraindissectionsfromtheview come standardized, e. g. theopeningofthesylvian point of operative approaches. Therefore, in this fissure withoperations intheareaofthe Insulaand worktheattemptismadetokeepcertainindividual cranial base. Other complex operations are per surfacestructures, e. g. theGyruspraecentralisintact formed seldom eventoday, e. g. approaches to the until the end of the dissection so that the relative 3rdventricle, Velum interpositum, lateralventricle, topographicalpositionsofsurfaceanddeepstructures Cisterna tecti, Lobulus quadrangularis cerebelli, to can be made discernable. For these reasons, it is namejustafew. Beforesuchoperations, itis advis advisabletoviewthesurfacestructuresofthebrainin able(theauthorstilldoessooccasionally)toorientate relationship to the skull, but then to start with re oneself on a formaldehyde-preserved brain. It is movingthebloodvesselsandleptomeningessothatin shownhowonaformaldehyde-preservedbrain, even this waythe skeletonizedorgan is dissected step by thoughitdoesnotprovidetherealconditionsofalive step, because in the preserved vascular system, the brainunderthe operative microscope, the most im structures are only partially recognizable and thus portant topographical relationships can be recog confusing. Forthisdissectiontwoorgansareneeded. nized. Inthe first dissection, thecerebrum andcerebellum Bothvolumesaretheresultofaone-yeardissection are studied. These the young neurosurgeon should course for colleagues meeting twice a week in our havebecomefamiliarduringhisinitialtraininginthe clinic.

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