Transcavernous approach to diseases of the anterior upper third of the posterior fossa.

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OBJECT The region in the upper anterior third of the posterior fossa is a surgically hidden, narrow corridor between the petroclival surface anteriorly and the surface of the brainstem posteriorly. Although several approaches have been described to help surgeons reach this region, few of them enable practitioners to reach the different corners of the area… (More)

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@article{Krisht2005TranscavernousAT, title={Transcavernous approach to diseases of the anterior upper third of the posterior fossa.}, author={Ali Fadl Krisht}, journal={Neurosurgical focus}, year={2005}, volume={19 2}, pages={E2} }