The Meningo-Orbital Band: Microsurgical Anatomy and Surgical Detachment of the Membranous Structures through a Frontotemporal Craniotomy with Removal of the Anterior Clinoid Process.

@article{Fukuda2013TheMB,
  title={The Meningo-Orbital Band: Microsurgical Anatomy and Surgical Detachment of the Membranous Structures through a Frontotemporal Craniotomy with Removal of the Anterior Clinoid Process.},
  author={Hitoshi Fukuda and Alexander Ian Evins and Justin C. Burrell and Koichi Iwasaki and Philip E. Stieg and Antonio Bernardo},
  journal={Journal of neurological surgery. Part B, Skull base},
  year={2013},
  volume={75 2},
  pages={
          125-32
        }
}
Objective To describe the microanatomy of the meningo-orbital band (MOB) and its associated membranes, and propose a stepwise method for their detachment while minimizing potential complications. Design Cadaveric and prospective clinical. Setting Microneurosurgery Skull Base Laboratory, Weill Cornell Medical College (New York, NY) and Shiroyama Hospital (Osaka, Japan). Participants Five preserved cadaveric heads (10 sides) and five patients requiring surgical detachment of the MOB in 2012… CONTINUE READING

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