Endoscopic endonasal surgery for removal of a large cystic, calcified tumor in a complex area of the brain using the KARL STORZ 4k camera.
This video demonstrates the utility of the eyebrow craniotomy to perform a biopsy of a midbrain tumor in a patient with favorable anatomy.
PREVIOUSLY RECORDED WEBINARS
Dr. Mark Souweidane discusses endoscopic third ventriculostomy (ETV) for treatment of hydrocephalus and intracranial cysts.
Dr. Sandi Lam discusses endoscopic approaches to pediatric epilepsy surgery.
Dr. Jeffrey Greenfield discusses the relevance of skull base surgery to pediatric neurosurgery.
Dr. Daniel Kelly delivers a presentation of the endoscopic assisted keyhole craniotomy.
Dr. Leonardo Rangel delivers a presentation of the use of a flexible neuroendoscope.
Dr. Todd Ponsky introduces the neurosurgical event of neuroendoscopy, involving evolving paradigms in skull base surgery.
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Preventing CSF leaks, nasal flap necrosis, and vascular injuries during endoscopic endonasal surgery is vital for preserving pituitary function. NIR/ICG imaging helps surgeons assess nasoseptal flap perfusion and identify critical vascular structures.
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