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  • Extended Maxillotomy for Nasopharynx Access in Infantile Immature Teratoma. [Journal Article]
    J Craniofac Surg 2020 Jan/Feb; 31(1):77-78Kobayashi S, Yasumura K, … Tanaka Y
  • Infantile immature teratoma located in the nasopharynx is a rare congenital tumor that is not easily removed. Three surgeries and chemotherapy for recurrence of the tumor have been performed since a male infant with a nasopharyngeal mass was born at a gestational age of 35 weeks. Extended maxillotomy combining Le Fort I osteotomy with midline palatal split was performed at 2 years and 6 months of…
  • Orbital Tumors: Report of 70 Surgically Treated Cases. [Case Reports]
    World Neurosurg 2018; 119:e449-e458Montano N, Lauretti L, … Fernandez E
  • CONCLUSIONS: We recommend, 1) the endoscopic endonasal approach for primary orbital tumors located in the medial or inferior orbital walls without extra-orbital extension; 2) the trans-eyelid approach for tumors of the upper and upper-lateral quadrants extraconally located, and 3) the fronto-orbital approach for intraconally located tumors involving more than one quadrant.
  • Videoassisted anterior surgical approaches to the craniocervical junction: rationale and clinical results. [Review]
    Eur Spine J 2015; 24(12):2713-23Visocchi M, Di Martino A, … Paludetti G
  • CONCLUSIONS: Transoral (microsurgical or video-assisted) approach with sparing of the soft palate still remains the gold standard compared to the "pure" transnasal and transcervical approaches due to the wider working channel provided by the former technique. Transnasal endoscopic approach alone appears to be superior when the CVJ lesion exceeds the upper limit of the inferior third of the clivus. Combined transnasal and transoral procedures can be tailored according to the specific pathological and radiological findings.
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