Jeremy J Lewis

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INTRODUCTION Atypical meningiomas (World Health Organization [WHO] grade II) represent a therapeutic challenge given their high recurrence rate and greater mortality compared with WHO grade I meningiomas. Traditionally, treatment has entailed attempts at gross total resection with radiation therapy reserved for residual disease or recurrences. METHODS We(More)
Cavernous sinus meningiomas (CSMs) are challenging lesions for the skull base neurosurgeon to manage given their close association with cranial nerves II-VI and the internal carotid artery. In the 1980s and early 1990s, with advancements in microsurgical techniques, increasing knowledge of the relevant microsurgical neuroanatomy, and the advent of advanced(More)
OBJECTIVE Anterior craniofacial resection has served as the traditional surgical treatment of olfactory neuroblastoma (ON). With the development of extended endonasal approaches, the opportunity exists for using minimal access techniques for management of select tumors. This study assesses the impact of endoscopic resection on ON and patient outcomes and(More)
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