Intradural combined transpetrosal approach for primary pontine hemorrhage.

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Summary of "Intradural combined transpetrosal approach for primary pontine hemorrhage."

The standard combined transpetrosal approach (CTPA) is fundamentally an epidural approach that has been quite successfully practiced for many decades. However, it has some disadvantages, such as cosmetic problems, difficulties with custom-tailored petrosectomy, and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) leakage, as it is a complicated epidural procedure. We describe here a case of primary pontine hemorrhage via intradural CTPA (iCTPA), which is a modified technique of CTPA and includes intradural anterior petrosectomy and partial posterior petrosectomy without mastoidectomy and skeletonization of the sigmoid sinus.


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Name: World neurosurgery
ISSN: 1878-8769


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