Experience with intraoperative navigation and imaging during endoscopic transnasal spinal approaches to the foramen magnum and odontoid.

@article{Choudhri2014ExperienceWI,
  title={Experience with intraoperative navigation and imaging during endoscopic transnasal spinal approaches to the foramen magnum and odontoid.},
  author={Omar Choudhri and Stefan A. Mindea and Abdullah H Feroze and Ethan Soudry and Steven D Chang and Jayakar V Nayak},
  journal={Neurosurgical focus},
  year={2014},
  volume={36 3},
  pages={E4}
}
OBJECT In this study the authors share their experience using intraoperative spinal navigation and imaging for endoscopic transnasal approaches to the odontoid in 5 patients undergoing C1-2 surgery for basilar invagination at Stanford Hospital and Clinics from 2010 to 2013. METHODS Of these 5 patients undergoing C1-2 surgery for basilar invagination, 4 underwent a 2-tiered anterior C1-2 resection with posterior occipitocervical fusion during a first stage surgery, followed by endoscopic… CONTINUE READING