A basic model for practice of intracranial microsurgery.

Abstract

BACKGROUND Intracranial microsurgical procedures often take place in a deep location, with a limited access space, necessitating the use of long knee-bend instruments and limiting the degree of movement. We devised an easily accessible model that allows the neurosurgical trainee to gain familiarity with intracranial microsurgical techniques. METHODS The… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.surneu.2007.09.038

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@article{Buis2009ABM, title={A basic model for practice of intracranial microsurgery.}, author={Dennis R. Buis and C Rob Buis and Ricardo E Feller and Ellen S. Mandl and Saskia M. Peerdeman}, journal={Surgical neurology}, year={2009}, volume={71 2}, pages={254-6} }