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Microsurgical anatomy of the middle cerebral artery.
- H. Gibo, C. C. Carver, A. Rhoton, C. Lenkey, R. Mitchell
- MedicineJournal of neurosurgery
- 1 February 1981
The microsurgical anatomy of the middle cerebral artery (MCA) was defined in 50 cerebral hemispheres and the relationship of each of the cortical arteries to a number of external landmarks was reviewed in detail.
Microsurgical anatomy of the posterior inferior cerebellar artery.
The posterior inferior cerebellar artery (PICA), by definition, arose from the vertebral artery, which gave off perforating, choroidal, and cortical arteries.
Surgical approaches to the cavernous sinus: a microsurgical study.
It was clear that a single approach was not capable of providing access to all parts of the sinus, and the intracavernous structures best exposed by each route are reviewed.
Microsurgical anatomy of the supraclinoid portion of the internal carotid artery.
The microsurgical anatomy of the supraclinoid portion of the internal carotid artery (ICA) was studied in 50 adult cadaver cerebral hemispheres using X 3 to X 40 magnification to study the architecture of the ophthalmic, posterior communicating, anterior choroidal, and superior hypophyseal branches of the C4 portion.
The supratentorial arteries.
- A. Rhoton
- 1 October 2002
The supratentorial arteries include the supraclinoid portion of the internal carotid artery and its anterior and middle cerebral, ophthalmic, posterior communicating, and anterior choroidal branches,…
Microsurgical anatomy of the distal anterior cerebral artery.
The microsurgical anatomy of the distal anterior cerebral artery (ACA), the portion beginning at the anterior communicating artery (ACoA), was divided into four segments (A2 through A5) according to Fischer and gave origin to central and cerebral branches.
Microsurgical anatomy of the early branches of the middle cerebral artery: morphometric analysis and classification with angiographic correlation.
- N. Tanriover, M. Kawashima, A. Rhoton, A. J. Ulm, R. Mericle
- MedicineJournal of neurosurgery
- 1 June 2003
Although the microsurgical anatomy of the early branches demonstrates abundant diversity, they can be classified into clearly defined patterns based on anatomical features that can prove helpful in evaluating angiographic data and in planning an operative procedure.
Anatomy of the cavernous sinus. A microsurgical study.
Fifty cavernous sinuses from cadavers were studied in detail using magnification, with special attention to the relationships important in surgical approaches on the intracavernous structures, and to…
Microsurgical anatomy of the upper basilar artery and the posterior circle of Willis.
The microvascular anatomy of the posterior part of the circle of Willis, important in surgery of pituitary tumors and basilar aneurysms, was defined in 50 cadaver brains and Hypoplastic P-1 (posterior cerebral segment) and posterior communicating segments gave origin to the same number and size of perforating arteries.
Microsurgical anatomy of anterior cerebral anterior communicating recurrent artery complex.
The microvascular relationships important to surgery of aneurysms in the anterior communicating region were defined in 50 cadaver brains and it was found that the proximal half of the A-1 segment was a richer source of perforating arteries than the distal half.