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  • Use of Tubular Retractors for Minimally Invasive Resection of Deep-Seated Cavernomas. [Journal Article]
  • ONOper Neurosurg (Hagerstown) 2019 Jul 13
  • Eichberg DG, Di L, … Starke RM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Tubular retractors provide a low-profile, minimally invasive operative corridor for resection of subcortical cavernomas. There were no permanent neurologic complications in our series of 20 cases, and long-term seizure control was achieved in all patients. Thus, tubular retractors appear to be a safe and efficacious tool for resection of subcortical cavernomas.
  • Colloid Cysts: Evolution of Surgical Approach Preference and Management of Recurrent Cysts. [Journal Article]
  • ONOper Neurosurg (Hagerstown) 2019 Apr 10
  • Heller RS, Heilman CB
  • CONCLUSIONS: Surgical resection of recurrent colloid cysts should focus on complete removal of the cyst wall to minimize the chance of recurrence. Microsurgery has been shown to provide the highest success rates for cyst wall resection and lowest rates of recurrence and is therefore recommended for patients undergoing surgery for primary and recurrent colloid cysts.
  • Non-microscopic Middle Ear Cholesteatoma Surgery: A Case Report of a Novel Head-Up Approach. [Journal Article]
  • ONOtol Neurotol 2019; 40(6):777-781
  • Minoda R, Miwa T
  • CONCLUSIONS: During endoscope-based surgery, in patients with cholesteatoma mastoid involvement, we can continue to perform the surgical procedure in a heads-up position utilizing a surgical 3D exoscope. The combination of transcanal endoscopic ear surgery and the postauricular transcortical mastoidectomy utilizing a surgical 3D exoscope is a very novel treatment strategy for cholesteatoma, and it gives us a comfortable and consistent working environment in endoscope-based ear surgery.
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