LE WE PMID CA
CNS (Surgical approach)7316ZNS (Operativer Zugangsweg)

Aneurysm (intracranial)

CNS (Neoplasia Meningioma)

CNS (Surgical approach)

2010  
1
Perspective of the frontolateral craniotomies.
[20602050] Arq Neuropsiquiatr 68(3): 430-2 (2010)
2009  
2
The posterior petrosal approach: technique and applications in pediatric neurosurgery.
[19795967] J Neurosurg Pediatr 4(4): 353-62 (2009)
2008  
3
The extradural temporopolar approach: a review of indications and operative technique.
[19035701] Neurosurg Focus 25(6): E3 (2008)
2010  
4
The transpalpebral incision: its use in keyhole approaches to cranial base brain tumors.
[20977320] Expert Rev Neurother 10(11): 1629-32 (2010)
2011  
5
Use of 3D-computed tomography angiography for planning the surgical removal of pineal region meningiomas using Poppen's approach: a report of ten cases and a literature review.
[21676231] World J Surg Oncol 9(-): 64 (2011)
2002  
6
Maxillary removal and reinsertion in pediatric patients.
[11784250] Arch Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg 128(1): 29-34 (2002)
2010  
7
Skull base approaches in neurosurgery.
[20602753] Head Neck Oncol 2(-): 16 (2010)
2011  
8
Unilateral subfrontal approach to anterior communicating artery aneurysms: A review of 28 patients.
[22059119] Surg Neurol Int 2(-): 124 (2011)

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