|Author:||France) International Conference on Acoustic Neuroma Surgery (2nd : 1995 : Paris,R. Charachon,O. Sterkers,G. O'Donoghue,J. Fenton|
|Title:||Meniere's Disease - Update 1999|
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|Category:||Medicine and Health Sciences|
|Publisher:||Kugler Pubns (July 28, 2000)|
Meniere's Disease - Update 1999.
Acoustic neuroma and skull base surgery. Acoustic Neuroma, Congresses, Neuroma, Acoustic, Skull, Skull Neoplasms, Skull base, Surgery.
In: Sterkers JM, Charachon R, Sterkers O (eds) Acoustic neuroma and skull base surgery. Proceedings of the 2nd international conference on acoustic neuroma surgery and 2nd European Skull Base Society Congress, Paris, 22–26 Apr 1995. Kugler Publications, Amsterdam, pp 343–349Google Scholar. 6. Modugno GC, Pirodda A, Ferri GG, Fioravanti A, Calbucci F, Pezzi A, Rinaldi Ceroni A, Pirodda E (1999) Small acoustic neuromas: monitoring the growth rate by MRI. Acta Neurochir (Wien) 141:1063–1067CrossRefGoogle Scholar.
Acoustic Neuroma and Skull Base Surgery: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Acoustic Neuroma Surgery and 2nd European Skull Base Society Congress, Paris, France, April 22-26, 1995. Jean-Marc Sterkers, Robert Charachon, O. Sterkers. Acoustic Neuroma and Skull Base Surgery: Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Acoustic Neuroma Surgery and 2nd European Skull Base Society Congress, Paris, France, April 22-26, 1995. Kugler Publications, 1996.
In: Sterkers, JM and Charachon, R and Sterkers, O and ODonoghue, G and Fenton, J, (ed. ACOUSTIC NEUROMA AND SKULL BASE SURGERY. The case notes of 34 patients undergoing such surgery between 1978 and 1994 were examined. Details such as the initial pathology, repair interval, repair type (cable graft. end-to-end anastomosis and facio-hypoglossal transposition), anastomosis technique and outcome using the House-Brackmann grading system were documented. Of the 13 patients undergoing facio:hypoglossal transposition, eight achieved a facial nerve Grade III or IV at 12 to 24 months post-surgery. Location: PARIS, FRANCE. Dates: 1995-04-22 - 1995-04-26.
Cerebrospinal fluid leaks and meningitis in acoustic neuroma surgery. Otolar-yngol Head Neck Surg 1991;104(1):81–87. In: Sterkers JM, Charachon R, Sterkers O, eds. Amsterdam: Kugler; 1966: 273–275. Dispenza F, De Stefano A, Flanagan S, Romano G, Sanna M. Decision making for solitary vestibular schwannoma and contralateral Meniere’s disease. Audiol Neurootol 2008;13(1): 53–57. Ebersold MJ, Harner SG, Beatty CW, Harper CM Jr, Quast LM.
M64 2008 61. '8-dc22 2008029727. Vestibular schwannoma, a more modern update of the original medical term of acoustic neuroma, is a relatively rare and usually benign skull base tumor that has fascinated neurological surgeons for more than 100 years. Surgical pioneers such as Cushing advocated subtotal resection, whereas Dandy recommended complete excision. There is also a necessity to improve our knowledge of neurofibromatosis type 2 disease and to offer more satisfactory options to these patients.
PDF Sporadic vestibular schwannoma (acoustic neuroma) is a benign tumor arising from cochleovestibular nerve. Nowadays, various specialties and medical centers are treating this disease, and the multidisciplinary collaboration is the trend. 47. Wu H, Sterkers J. Translabyrinthine removal of large acoustic. neuromas in young adults.