Endoscopic Trans-anterior Middle Temporal Approach to the Atrium - An Anatomical Feasibility Study.

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Summary of "Endoscopic Trans-anterior Middle Temporal Approach to the Atrium - An Anatomical Feasibility Study."

The atrium is the most common location for masses in the lateral ventricle. Access to this area is limited due to its deep location, adjacent eloquent neurovascular structures such as the choroidal arteries, perisylvian white matter (WM) tracts, and optic radiations (OR). We sought to investigate the feasability and safety of an endoscopic approach to the atrium via the anterior middle temporal gyrus (MTG).


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Name: World neurosurgery
ISSN: 1878-8769


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