Neurosurgery and the intracranial venous system.

@article{Sindou2005NeurosurgeryAT,
  title={Neurosurgery and the intracranial venous system.},
  author={Marc P. Sindou and Jean Auque and Emmanuel Jouanneau},
  journal={Acta neurochirurgica. Supplement},
  year={2005},
  volume={94},
  pages={167-75}
}
1) Numerous of the so-called "unpredictable" post-operative complications are likely to be related to the lack of prevention or non-recognition of venous problems, especially damages to the dangerous venous structures, namely: the major dural sinuses, the deep cerebral veins and some of the dominant superficial veins like the vein of Labbé. 2) Tumors invading the major dural sinuses (superior sagittal sinus, torcular, transverse sinus)--especially meningiomas--leave the surgeon confronted with… CONTINUE READING

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