More actors, different play: sphenoethmoid cell intimately related to the maxillary nerve canal and cavernous sinus apex.

@article{Sndulescu2011MoreAD,
  title={More actors, different play: sphenoethmoid cell intimately related to the maxillary nerve canal and cavernous sinus apex.},
  author={Mihai Săndulescu and Mugurel Constantin Rusu and Iulia Camelia Ciobanu and Angela Ilie and Adelina Maria Jianu},
  journal={Romanian journal of morphology and embryology = Revue roumaine de morphologie et embryologie},
  year={2011},
  volume={52 3},
  pages={931-5}
}
The sphenoid sinus is one of the most morphologically variable and surgically important structures of the skull base. Located below the sella turcica, neighbored by parasellar regions, such as the orbital apex, pterygopalatine fossa and lateral sellar region (cavernous sinus), it is clinically related to these and surgically relevant as corridor for various approaches. Moreover, at the sphenoethmoidal junction, important variations occur, most of these related to the presence of the Onodi cells… CONTINUE READING