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Morphometric properties of the facial nerve in fetal temporal bones.
OBJECTIVES The main aim of the study was to examine the development and course of the facial nerve within fetal temporal bones from an anatomical and neuro-otological perspective. METHODS The studyExpand
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Early diagnosis of Grisel’s syndrome in children with favorable outcome
PurposeThe painful torticollis only itself may be a major sign for the diagnosis of Grisel’s syndrome (GS). It is known as an inflammatory atlantoaxial rotatory subluxation following upperExpand
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Comparison of the efficiency, side effects and complications of the synthetic dural grafts: Beriplast and Tissudura
The purpose of this study was to compare human fibrinogen-thrombin-based liquid dural graft; Beriplast® (Behring, Malburg, Germany) and collagen-based dural graft; Tissudura® (Baxter, Heidelberg,Expand
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Morphometric properties of the facial canal in children: A retrospective computed tomography study.
PURPOSE The main objective of the study was to examine the morphometric development of the facial canal in temporal bones aged from one to 18 years for pediatric otosurgeons and neurosurgeons. Expand
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Fetal anatomy of the optic strut and prechiasmatic sulcus with a clinical perspective.
OBJECTIVE The main objective of the study was to show the morphologic features of optic strut (OS) and prechiasmatic sulcus (PS) in the fetal skull base with a surgical anatomical perspective. Expand
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Evaluation of the Foramen Magnum Area Calculated by Different Methods: A Radioanatomic Study.
PURPOSE The main objective of the study was to evaluate the probable diversity in the area of the foramen magnum (FM) calculated by different measuring methods. METHODS The study was conducted onExpand
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The Predictability Precision of Superior Semicircular Canal Through Radiological Assessment and Microanatomical Dissection.
OBJECTIVE There is still ongoing research on the relationship of arcuate eminence (AE) and superior semicircular canal (SSC). We aimed to evaluate the precision of predictability of SSC through theExpand
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Grisel's syndrome accompanying a submandibular abscess.
Grisel’s syndrome (GS) is the non-traumatic atlantoaxial joint subluxation firstly described by Pierre Grisel in 1951 in two patients with pharyngitis. Traumatic subluxations or underlying boneExpand
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Reconstruction of a Marjolin Ulcer Defect of the Scalp Invading Brain and Causing Brain Abscess Formation Using Free Latissimus Dorsi Flap.
Marjolin ulcers are known as aggressive malignant tumors that mostly arise over chronic wounds and cutaneous scars. Brain abscess is a serious medical condition that requires surgical drainage alongExpand
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Quantitative and Neurovascular Anatomy of the Growing Gracilis Muscle in the Human Fetuses
Abstract This study is intended to obtain the algebraic growth dynamics of the gracilis in fetuses and determine the variations of neurovascular pedicle(s) of the gracilis, to aid infant surgeries.Expand
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