Endoscopic Cranial Base and Pituitary Surgery, An Issue of Otolaryngologic Clinics of North America
This issue on endoscopic cranial base and pituitary surgery is led by experts in the field of Otolaryngology and Neurosurgery. Otolaryngologists/Head and Neck surgeons Dr. Raj Sindwani and Dr. Troy Woodard join with Neurosurgeon Dr. Pablo Recinos to present a comprehensive clinical approach. Topics include: Building an endoscopic skull base program (room setup and key equipment / IGS); Skull Base Anatomy (corridors, intra and extradural); Imaging in skull base surgery - CT, MRI, CT cisternogram, intraop CT; Sellar lesions / pathology; Principles of endoscopic pituitary surgery ; Reconstruction of skull base defects - free graft, pedicle, TPF, alloderm; Lumbar drain utility (role of intrathecal fluorescein); Hemostasis in Skull Base Surgery (control of smaller vessels, maneuvers to minimize bleeding - warm irrigations, HOB up, embolization); Management of ICA Injury (intraop options, late complications); Meningioma; Esthesioneuroblastoma; Cordoma; Sinonasal Malignancies of Skull Base; Craniopharyngioma; Endonasal approaches to the craniocervical junction; Medical complications of Pituitary/skull base surgery - (ie. SIADH, DI, Hypopit); Post-op management of skull base patient (postop Abx, imaging, debridements, topical irrigations, more..). Articles cover surgical procedure, surgical complications, and surgical anatomy as relevant to the clinical discussion.
|Author Information||By Raj Sindwani, MD, FACS, FRCS(C), Section Head, Rhinology, Sinus and Skull Base Surgery, Quality Improvement Officer (QIO), Head and Neck Institute, Cleveland Clinic , Cleveland, Ohio; Pablo F. Recinos, MD, Cleveland Clinic and Troy D. Woodard , MD, Cleveland Clinic|
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