SURGERY OF THE CRANIOVERTEBRAL JUNCTION.pdf

SURGERY OF THE CRANIOVERTEBRAL JUNCTION PDF

Bambakidis, N. - Dickman, C. - Spetzler, R. - Sonntag, V.

Description This is a comprehensive, advanced treatise on the surgical treatment of disorders of the craniovertebral junction, an anatomical area with a significant range of pathologies and anatomical complexities which continues to be a challenging area for surgeons. The new edition focuses on surgical decision-making and technological advances in the treatment modalities for this region. It will appeal to both spine and skull base surgeons. Sales Hooks:The original treatise on the topic, edited by senior Barrow surgeons with a focus on decision-making & surgical techniquesUniquely pertinent to both spine and skull base surgeonsRecognized as “landmark” and authoritative text on the topicInteractive DVD includes cadaveric dissections, animations of surgical approaches & techniques, and short narrated video casesReflects technological advancements & innovative treatment modalities that have resulted in improved safety & efficacy ratesCovers both open & minimally invasive methods Contents Section I: Foundations for Surgical TreatmentChapter 1: Embryology, Development, and Classification of Disorders of the Craniovertebral JunctionChapter 2: Anatomical Basis of Surgical Approaches to the Region of the Foramen MagnumChapter 3: Biomechanics of the Craniovertebral JunctionChapter 4: Radiological Evaluation of the Craniovertebral JunctionChapter 5: Neurological Findings of Craniovertebral Junction Disease Section II: Surgical Indications and Decision MakingChapter 6: Congenital Malformations of the Craniovertebral JunctionChapter 7: The Rheumatoid Neck: Changing Pathology Requires Altering Surgical StrategiesChapter 8: Traumatic Injuries of the Craniovertebral JunctionChapter 9: Bone Softening Diseases and Disorders of Bone MetabolismChapter 10: Primary Osseous and Metastatic Neoplasms of the Craniovertebral JunctionChapter 11: Primary Extramedullary Tumors of the Craniovertebral JunctionChapter 12: Management of Chiari MalformationsChapter 13: Management of Intramedullary Lesions of the Cervicomedullary Junction and High Cervical Spinal CordChapter 14: Management of Vertebral Artery Dissections and Vascular InsufficiencyChapter 15: Arteriovenous Malformations of the Craniovertebral Junction: Spinal and Posterior Fossa AVMSChapter 16: Aneurysms of the Craniovertebral JunctionChapter 17: Cavernous Malformations of the Cervicomedullary JunctionChapter 18: Radiosurgical Management of Lesions of the Craniovertebral Junction Section III: Surgical TechniquesChapter 19: Brief Overview of Surgical Approaches to the Craniovertebral JunctionChapter 20: Stereotactic Methods of Localization and Image-Guided SurgeryChapter 21: Transoral Approach to the Craniovertebral JunctionChapter 22: Transoral Approaches to Midline Pathology of the Ventral Skull Base, Craniovertebral Junction, and Upper Cervical SpineChapter 23: Transoral-Translabiomandibular Approach to the Craniovertebral JunctionChapter 24: Transfacial Approaches to the Craniovertebral JunctionChapter 25: Posterior Neuroendoscopic Applications at the Craniovertebral JunctionChapter 26: Extended Endonasal Approaches to the Craniovertebral JunctionChapter 27: The Far Lateral Approach and its VariationsChapter 28: The Transpetrosal ApproachesChapter 29: Posterolateral Approach to the Upper Cervical SpineChapter 30: Endovascular Management of Posterior Fossa Atherosclerotic DiseaseChapter 31: Bypass Options for the Posterior FossaChapter 32: Approaches to the Jugular ForamenChapter 33: Suboccipital and Retrosigmoid Approaches Section IV: Fixation and Fusion TechniquesChapter 34: Biology of Spinal FusionChapter 35: Techniques of Bone Graft Harvesting and Spinal FusionChapter 36: General Principles of Spinal Wire and Cable FixationChapter 37: General Principles of Spinal Screw FixationChapter 38: CT-Based Image Guidance in Fixation of the Craniovertebral JunctionChapter 39: Odontoid Screw Fixation:Chapter 40: Posterior Atlantoaxial Screw FixationChapter 41: Occipitocervical FixationChapter 42: Craniovertebral Instability: Atlanto-Axial Joint Manipulation and Fixation: SURGERY OF THE CRANIOVERTEBRAL JUNCTION.

This issue of Acta Neurochirururgica presents the latest surgical and experimental approaches to the craniovertebral junction (CVJ). It discusses anterior midline (transoral transnasal), posterior (CVJ craniectomy laminectomy, laminotomy, instrumentation and fusion), posterolateral (far lateral) and anterolateral (extreme lateral) approaches using state-of-the-art supporting tools.

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SURGERY OF THE CRANIOVERTEBRAL JUNCTION.pdf

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Sofi Voighua

Pediatric Craniovertebral Junction Surgery 23 Neurol Med Chir (T okyo) xx, Month, 20xx Fig. 25 Different form of posterior decompression for the CVJ according to pathology.

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Mattio Mazios

The original and definitive reference on surgery of the craniovertebral junction, now in an updated second edition. Read More. The original and definitive ... Aug 1, 2017 ... The craniovertebral junction (CVJ) has attracted more attention in pediatric medicine in recent years due to the progress in surgical ...

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Noe Schulzzo

Aug 1, 2017 ... The craniovertebral junction (CVJ) has attracted more attention in pediatric medicine in recent years due to the progress in surgical ...

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Jason Statham

The craniovertebral junction, with a significant range of pathologies and anatomical complexities, continues to be a challenging area for surgeons. This new edition of Surgery of the Craniovertebral Junction focuses on surgical decision making and technological advances in the treatment modalities for this region.

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Jessica Kolhmann

Craniovertebral Junction and Upper Cervical Spine. Minimally invasive techniques in the craniovertebral junction (CVJ) and upper cervical spine (C1/C2) require a thorough understanding of local anatomy and any variants that may increase the morbidity of surgical intervention. Resection of 50% or more of the occipital condyle produces statistically significant hypermobility at Oc—C1. After a 75% resection, the biomechanics of the Oc—C1 and C1–2 motion segments change considerably. Performing fusion of the craniovertebral junction should therefore be considered if half or more of one occipital condyle is resected.