By H. E. Kaiser (auth.), Kenneth W. Brunson (eds.)

'Like the 1st 6 volumes of the sequence, the ebook will be within the hand of each pathologist and clinician operating within the filed of oncology, and never just for checking references at the a number of types of cancer.'Path. Res. Pract. 188 1992

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It can be widened by sectioning the sigmoid sinus towards the occipital side. An anterior extension of the surgical field is more cumbersome and would include the execution of a so-called transcochlear approach (35, 73, 106, 169). rerouted posteriorly. The cochlea is then drilled out and the b'one is removed up to the carotic artery and the apex of the petrous bone. This allows a large vision of the middle and posterior fossa's skull base. This technique is generally used for clivus or petrous apex tumors and not for neuromas which grow principally in the posterior fossa.

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