Marc Mommaerts

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This study presents a series of 10 patients with anterior skull base tumours, treated by a team of neurosurgeons and head- and neck surgeons. The series included 7 malignant tumours of the nose and paranasal sinuses and 1 retinoblastoma, all with intracranial extension through the lamina cribrosa. There were also 2 patients with an anterior base meningioma,(More)
In order to correct functional and aesthetical aspects of malformations as caused by craniosynostosis, skull reconstruction is required. Because of the complexity of the surgery, pre-operative planning is unavoidable. Current and previously developed planning environments allow an iterative sequence of osteotomies and repositioning trials in order to search(More)
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