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Differential Approaches in Microsurgery of the Brain

Author: Wolfgang Seeger
Publisher: Vienna : Springer Vienna, 1985.
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Preface In the present volume various approaches to the same in relation to the surrounding brain structures and target area in the deep regions of the brain are cerebral vessels. Here it is to be noted that the so described. In the previous volumes this aspect was called "quadrigeminal" region consists not only of the taken little into account. The author endeavored to Cisterna tecti, but the nearby fissures  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
ISBN: 9783709170069 3709170060
OCLC Number: 851393416
Description: 1 online resource (vii, 414 pages 201 illustrations)
Contents: I General Remarks (Figs. 1 to 5) --
1 (Figs. 1 to 5) --
II Special Microsurgical Aspects (Figs. 6 to 201) --
2 Dorsal Cisterns and Fissures, Anterior Segment (Cisterna corporis callosi/Rostral Area) (Figs. 6 to 45) --
3 Dorsal Cisterns and Fissures, Middle Segment (Fissura transversa, Cisterna tecti, Fissura horizontalis cerebelli) (Figs. 46 to 99) --
4 Dorsal Cisterns and Fissures, Posterior Segment (Cisterna cerebellomedullaris post. = Approach to the 4th Ventricle) (Figs. 100 to 101) --
5 Lateral Cisterns and Fissures, Middle Segment (Cisterna ambiens, Fissura horizontalis cerebelli/Lateral Area) (Figs. 102 to 137) --
6 Lateral Cisterns and Fissures, Posterior Segment (Cisterna cerebellopontina, Cisterna cerebellomedullaris lat.) (Figs. 138 to 160) --
7 Basal Cisterns, Anterior Segment (Cisterna optica) (Figs. 161 to 176) --
8 Basal Cisterns, Middle Segment (Cisterna interpeduncularis, Cisterna pontis/Rostral Area) (Figs. 177 to 198) --
9 Basal Cisterns, Posterior Segment (Cisterna pontis/Caudal Area, Premedullary Cistern) (Figs. 199 to 201) --
References.
Responsibility: by Wolfgang Seeger.

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Preface In the present volume various approaches to the same in relation to the surrounding brain structures and target area in the deep regions of the brain are cerebral vessels. Here it is to be noted that the so described. In the previous volumes this aspect was called "quadrigeminal" region consists not only of the taken little into account. The author endeavored to Cisterna tecti, but the nearby fissures (Fissura trans describe particularly the typical operative approaches versa cerebri and Fissura horizontalis cere belli) and their principles to make it easier for the beginner should also be included. The pathological processes to learn the microsurgical techniques in interventions do not generally confine themselves to the Cisterna in the central nervous system. tecti, but extend over the neighboring fissures. The Now problematical processes in the immediate vicini Cisterna tecti extends without limits into the neigh ty of the brainstem area have been exclusively boring fissures and into the Cisterna ambiens. selected. They have been separated into dorsal, later As previously, besides personal operational experi ences (which are not marked as such) also interven al and ventral processes with locations mainly in the dorsal, lateral or ventral cisternal areas. Each of tions are presented which have been carried out by these three groups has been separated again into co-workers.

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