German English
Haben Sie nicht das Buch gefunden, welches Sie gesucht haben?
Minerva Service

Minerva Infos
Our Team is specialized in postgraduate Hands-on-Human-Cadaver-Courses:

« zurück zur Übersicht

minerva covers
Dolenc, Vinko V.:

Anatomy and Surgery of the Cavernous Sinus
Preis:   93,08 Euro

Auflage: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1989
Verlag: Springer Wien
Erscheinungsdatum: 12/2013
Seiten: 344 S., XII, 344p. 182 illus..

ISBN-10: 3-7091-7442-2   
ISBN-13: 978-3-7091-7442-5

» In den Warenkorb
Weitere Fachbücher aus dem Fachgebiet:

This atlas discusses the surgical anatomy of the parasellar and neighbouring regions in the midline and in the posterior cranial fossa. The most important feature of this book is the parallel drawn between surgical anatomy as demonstrated on normal fresh cadaver specimens and in vivo surgical procedures for tumorous and vascular lesions, which are only possible if the anatomical relationships on the surface of the cavernous sinus and its walls, the architecture of its interior and the previously determined sequence of operative approaches are taken into account. This book is the first to deal with the anatomy of the cavernous sinus in a practical surgical manner and which applies the anatomy to concrete examples.
1.1 Anatomy of the cavernous sinus.- Material and methods.- Anatomic relationships.- Osseous and dural structures.- Oculomotor nerve.- Trochlear nerve.- Trigeminal nerve.- Abducens nerve.- Internal carotid artery.- Intracavernous relationships.- 1.2 Surgical triangles of the cavernous sinus.- Parasellar subregion.- Anteromedial triangle.- Paramedial triangle.- Oculomotor trigone.- Parkinson’s triangle.- Middle cranial fossa subregion.- Anterolateral triangle.- Lateral triangle.- Posterolateral (Glasscock’s) triangle.- Posteromedial (Kawase’s) triangle.- Paraclival subregion.- Inferomedial triangle.- Inferoletaral (trigeminal) triangle.- 1.3 Relation of the internal carotid artery to surgical triangles and bony sinuses.- 1.4 Relation of the cavernous sinus to the sella.- 1.5 Venous system of the cavernous sinus.- 2 General approach to the cavernous sinus.- 3.1 Combined epi- and subdural approach to carotid ophthalmic aneurysms.- 3.2 Transclinoid transcavernous transsellar approach to basilar tip aneurysms.- 4.1 Intracavernous (saccular, fusiform) aneurysms of the internal carotid artery.- 4.2 Traumatic intracavernous aneurysms.- 4.3 Carotid-cavernous fistulas.- 5 Cavernous sinus tumors.- References.