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Anatomical location of the vertebrobasilar junction: computed tomography morphometrics for planning endoscopic transsphenoidal transclival approaches.

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Summary of "Anatomical location of the vertebrobasilar junction: computed tomography morphometrics for planning endoscopic transsphenoidal transclival approaches."

The aim of this study was to determine the anatomical localization and morphometry of VBJ by Computed tomography (CT) images which may be helpful in planning the correct procedure before surgery such as endoscopic transsphenoidal transclival approach to the retroclival space.

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Name: Folia morphologica
ISSN: 1644-3284
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