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Orbital tumors.
Neoplasms involving the orbit are divided into primary and secondary types. Primary orbital tumors are rare, include a wide variety of histopathologic types, are usually benign, and most often areExpand
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Evaluation of segmentation methods on head and neck CT: Auto‐segmentation challenge 2015
We describe and present the results of the Head and Neck Auto‐Segmentation Challenge 2015, a satellite event at the Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Interventions (MICCAI) 2015 conference. Expand
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Transorbital Neuroendoscopic Surgery
BACKGROUND Transorbital neuroendoscopic surgery (TONES) pathways attempt to address some of the technical challenges of accessing laterally placed anterior skull base lesions or paramedian lesionsExpand
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A Prospective Randomized Double‐Blind Trial of Fibrin Glue for Pain and Bleeding After Tonsillectomy
Objectives: The notable morbidity of tonsillectomy includes considerable postoperative pain and a rate of postoperative bleeding that have remained largely uninfluenced by modern surgical techniquesExpand
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Lateral transorbital neuroendoscopic approach to the lateral cavernous sinus.
Objective To design and assess the quality of a novel lateral retrocanthal endoscopic approach to the lateral cavernous sinus. Design Computer modeling software was used to optimize the geometry ofExpand
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Applications and Outcomes of Orbital and Transorbital Endoscopic Surgery
Objective. To prospectively evaluate the safety, effectiveness, and utility of orbital and transorbital endoscopic surgery. Study Design. Case series with planned data collection. Setting. Level 1Expand
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Surgical anatomy of the face: implications for modern face-lift techniques.
OBJECTIVE To delineate the anatomic architecture of the melolabial fold with surrounding structures and to elucidate potential implications for face-lift techniques. METHODS A total of 100 facialExpand
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Crowd-sourced assessment of surgical skills in cricothyrotomy procedure.
BACKGROUND Objective assessment of surgical skills is resource intensive and requires valuable time of expert surgeons. The goal of this study was to assess the ability of a large group of laypersonsExpand
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Transorbital neuroendoscopic surgery for the treatment of skull base lesions
Transorbital neuroendoscopic surgery (TONES) is a relatively new technique that not only allows access to the contents of the orbit but also the intracranial compartment, including the anteriorExpand
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The evaluation and treatment of upper eyelid paralysis.
Patients with upper lid paralysis suffer from a loss of the blink reflex/response in the affected eye, leaving the eye vulnerable to a host of predatory insults. Partial or total impairment of theExpand
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