20 years ago Professor Dolenc edited the first comprehensive and up-to-date text dealing with the cavernous sinus and addressing anyone concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of lesions of the skull base. Now, he has edited a new volume with articles by specialists in this topic presenting the state of the art in this technology.
A new volume edited by the original author twenty years on
Contains articles by specialists presenting the state-of-the-art in this technology
Anatomy of the cavernous sinus.- The middle cranial base and cavernous sinus.- The transition between the cavernous sinus and orbit.- Venous anatomy of the lateral sellar compartment.- Central skull base anatomy as seen through the endoscope.- Surgical approaches to the central skull base.- Evolution from the classical pterional to the contemporary approach to the central skull base.- Extended endoscopic endonasal transsphenoidal approach to supra-parasellar tumors.- Neuromonitoring in central skull base surgery.- Neuromonitoring in central skull base surgery.- Surgical treatment of vascular lesions in the central skull base.- Surgical treatment of large/giant carotid-ophthalmic and other intradural internal carotid artery aneurysms.- Surgical treatment of basilar apex aneurysms — surgical approaches and techniques.- Aneurysms of the intracavernous ICA: Current treatment.- Surgical treatment of tumorous lesions in the central skull base.- Cavernous sinus meningiomas.- Surgery of cavernous sinus meningiomas: advantages and disadvantages.- Trigeminal neurinomas: surgical considerations.- Bypasses for cavernous sinus tumors: history, techniques, and current status.- Giant pituitary tumors: surgical treatment of 265 cases.- Radiosurgery in treatment of central skull base tumors.- The role of Gamma Knife surgery in the management of non-meningeal tumors of the cavernous sinus.