Constantin J. Zühlke

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Trigeminal meningoceles, lateral to the maxillary nerve (V2), have seldom been reported as underlying pathology for spontaneous rhinoliquorrhea. In contrast to sphenoid meningoceles arising from a persistent lateral craniopharyngeal canal (Sternberg-Cruveilhier, medial to V2), their occurrence seems to be generated by addition of erosive processes to the(More)
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