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Supracerebellar transtentorial approach-resection of the tentorium instead of an opening-to provide broad exposure of the mediobasal temporal lobe: anatomical aspects and surgical applications:…
- J. G. de Oliveira, R. Párraga, F. Chaddad-Neto, G. C. Ribas, E. D. de Oliveira
- Journal of neurosurgery
- 30 March 2012
OBJECT The aim of this study was to describe the surgical anatomy of the mediobasal aspect of the temporal lobe and the supracerebellar transtentorial (SCTT) approach performed not with an opening,… Expand
Microsurgical Anatomy and Approaches to the Cavernous Sinus
- A. Yasuda, A. Campero, C. Martins, A. Rhoton, E. de Oliveira, G. C. Ribas
- 1 January 2005
OBJECTIVE: The aim of this article is to describe the anatomy of the cavernous sinus and to provide a guide for use when performing surgery in this complex area. Clinical cases are used to illustrate… Expand
The Medial Wall of the Cavernous Sinus: Microsurgical Anatomy
OBJECTIVE:This study was conducted to clarify the boundaries, relationships, and components of the medial wall of the cavernous sinus (CS). METHODS:Forty CSs, examined under ×3 to ×40 magnification,… Expand
The cerebral sulci and gyri.
- G. C. Ribas
- Psychology, Medicine
- Neurosurgical focus
- 1 February 2010
The aim of this study was to describe in detail the microanatomy of the cerebral sulci and gyri, clarifying the nomenclature for microneurosurgical purposes. An extensive review of the literature… Expand
The anterior sylvian point and the suprasylvian operculum.
OBJECT The sylvian fissure or lateral sulcus is the most identifiable feature of the superolateral brain surface and constitutes the main microneurosurgical corridor, given the high frequency of… Expand
Surgical Anatomy of Microneurosurgical Sulcal Key Points
- G. C. Ribas, A. Yasuda, E. S. Ribas, K. Nishikuni, A. J. Rodrigues
- 1 October 2006
OBJECTIVE: The brain sulci constitute the main microanatomic delimiting landmarks and surgical corridors of modern microneurosurgery. Because of the frequent difficulty in intraoperatively localizing… Expand
Microsurgical anatomy of the posterior cerebral artery in three-dimensional images.
- R. Párraga, G. C. Ribas, Sergio Eduardo Gómez Llata Andrade, E. D. de Oliveira
- World neurosurgery
- 1 February 2011
OBJECTIVE To describe the microsurgical anatomy, branches, and anatomic relationships of the posterior cerebral artery (PCA) represented in three-dimensional images. METHODS Seventy hemispheres of… Expand
The occipital lobe convexity sulci and gyri.
OBJECT The anatomy of the occipital lobe convexity is so intricate and variable that its precise description is not found in the classic anatomy textbooks, and the occipital sulci and gyri are… Expand
Endoscopic Anatomy of the Pterygopalatine Fossa and the Transpterygoid Approach: Development of a Surgical Instruction Model
Introduction: The pterygopalatine fossa (PPF) is a narrow space located between the posterior wall of the antrum and the pterygoid plates. Surgical access to the PPF is difficult because of its… Expand
Microsurgical Anatomy of the Optic Radiation and Related Fibers in 3-Dimensional Images
- R. Párraga, G. C. Ribas, L. Welling, R. Alves, E. D. de Oliveira
- 1 September 2012
BACKGROUND: The fiber dissection technique provides unique 3-dimensional anatomic knowledge of the white matter. OBJECTIVE: To examine the optic radiation anatomy and its important relationship with… Expand