E Van Calenbergh

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BACKGROUND Transclival procedures are infrequently performed and carry some dangerous complications. The carotid arteries and the hypoglossal nerves are the most important structures at risk during the subperiostal lateral dissection of the posterior wall of the oropharynx. These lateral landmarks are, however, not easily identified during the surgical(More)
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