Endoscope-assisted brain surgery: part 1--evolution, basic concept, and current technique.

@article{Perneczky1998EndoscopeassistedBS,
  title={Endoscope-assisted brain surgery: part 1--evolution, basic concept, and current technique.},
  author={Axel Perneczky and Georg Fries},
  journal={Neurosurgery},
  year={1998},
  volume={42 2},
  pages={219-24; discussion 224-5}
}
RATIONALE The evolution of neurosurgical techniques indicates the effort to reduce surgery-related traumatization of patients. The reduction of traumatization contributes to better postoperative outcomes. The improvement of diagnostic imaging techniques facilitates not only the precise localization of lesions but also the accurate determination of topographical relations of specific lesions to individual anatomic variations of intracranial structures. This precision of diagnostic imaging should… CONTINUE READING
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