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  • Congenital absence of the internal carotid artery with intercavernous anastomosis. [Case Reports]
    Radiol Case Rep 2019; 14(8):1021-1026Chen J, Raden M, Lin C
  • Congenitally absent internal carotid artery with intercavernous anastomosis is an exceedingly rare vascular anomaly. We report such a case in a 65-year-old man with chronic symptoms resembling sporadic transient ischemic attacks. While these patients are usually asymptomatic due to compensatory collateralization, they are at increased risk of aneurysm formation, and thus proper identification is …
  • Intravascular Lymphoma Presenting as a Cavernous Sinus Tumor. [Journal Article]
    Intern Med 2019; 58(14):2085-2089Kawai S, Okuda T, … Kusunoki S
  • Intravascular lymphoma (IVL) is a malignant lymphoma that lacks the expression of cell surface adhesion molecules so that cells fluidly migrate within the blood vessels. The patient in the present study had restricted eye movement caused by IVL, mimicking a cavernous sinus tumor. Because the cavernous sinus lumen is divided into multiple compartments by trabeculae and venous channels, IVL tumor c…
  • Skull Base Venous Anatomy Associated with Endoscopic Skull Base Neurosurgery: A Literature Review. [Review]
    World Neurosurg 2018; 120:405-414Mizutani K, Akiyama T, … Toda M
  • An understanding of the anatomy and function of the skull base venous channels is fundamentally important for safe performance of endoscopic surgery for skull base lesions. This review focuses on 4 skull base venous channels-namely, the intercavernous sinuses, basilar plexus, osseous veins, and inferior petroclival vein-because these have been less recognized by neurosurgeons than other major ven…
  • Extended Endoscopic Endonasal Approach for Craniopharyngioma Removal. [Journal Article]
    J Neurol Surg B Skull Base 2018; 79(2):S199-S200Messerer M, Maduri R, Daniel RT
  • Objective Endoscopic transsphenoidal extended endoscopic approach (EEA) represents a valid alternative to microsurgery for craniopharyngiomas removal, especially for retrochiasmatic lesions without large parasellar extension. The present video illustrates the salient surgical steps of the EEA for craniopahryngioma removal. Patient A 52-year-old man presented with a bitemporal hemianopia and a bil…
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