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Yasargil Higway in Neurosurgery

@inproceedings{Aydin2014YasargilHI,
  title={Yasargil Higway in Neurosurgery},
  author={I{\vs}mail Hakki Aydin},
  year={2014}
}
My Teacher Professor Yasargil is very famous doctor, mentor, surgeon, lider, scientist, researcher, inventor and teacher of last Century, not only in Neurosurgery, but also in Neuroscience of the World. His very important Neurosurgical Way and thecniques, the pterional trans Sylvian approach, I called as “Yasargil Higway” is commonly employed in surgery of the anterior circulation and upper basilar artery aneurysms, as well as for the tumors of orbital, retroorbital, sellar, chiasmatic, sub… 

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Pitfalls in the pterional approach to the parasellar area (review).
TLDR
The intraoperative anatomical findings of the Sylvian vein and fissure, lenticulostriatal artery, olfactory nerve, and recurrent artery of Heubner are analyzed and the surgical pitfalls in 700 patients with different diagnoses that were operated on with the pterional approach are shown.
The anatomical variations of sylvian veins and cisterns.
TLDR
It is concluded that venous perfusion discorder of the brain is the most important factor during the pterional approach and careful intraoperative assessment and protection of the sylvian vein, which is a surgical pitfall, is an indispensable part of the operation.
The variations of sylvian veins and cisterns in anterior circulation aneurysms
TLDR
It is concluded that venous perfusion disorder of the brain is the most important factor during the pterional approach and careful intraoperative assessment and protection of the Sylvian vein, which is a surgical pitfall, is an indispensable part of the operation.
The combined pterional/anterior temporal approach for aneurysms of the upper basilar complex: technical report.
TLDR
The combined pterional and anterior temporal approach eliminates the need for temporal lobe elevation and it allows simultaneous clipping of other aneurysms of the ipsilateral anterior circle of Willis; it reduces the frequency and severity of oculomotor palsy, when compared with the subtemporal approach.
Postoperative anosmia after removal of pituitary gland adenomas using the pterional approach
TLDR
38 cases with pituitary gland adenomas, for whom the pterional approach was employed, were observed retrospectively from the point of view of postoperative olfactory nerve function, with good results on both the microtechnique employed as well as the relatively cautious frontal retraction.
Postoperative anosmia after anterior communicating artery aneurysms surgery by the pterional approach.
TLDR
In the postoperative period only three cases suffered from the impaired sense of smell ipsilateral to the side of surgery, and the functions of olfactory nerve could be preserved at a relatively high rate of 85 per cent.
Vascular variations associated with anterior communicating artery aneurysms-an intraoperative study.
TLDR
From this intraoperative study, it is concluded that, regardless of whether a vascular variation has been identified preoperatively, ACoA aneurysm surgery should be undertaken with the possibility of an MACC in mind.
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TLDR
It is proposed to present and discuss 4 cases in which a basilar aneurysm was attacked directly in urgent fashion because of repeated bleeding, and the site of bleeding will be discovered in 1 out of every 4 cases.
The Variations of lenticulostriatal arteries inmiddle cerebral artery aneurysms
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A temporal trans Sylvian approach to anterior circulation
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