Today: 3D Neuroanatomy Course Alicante- Spain Saturday 30th

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Saturday 30th
Cavernous sinus anatomy: endonasal-endoscopic and transcranial microscopic correlation (D. Mato)
Surgical management for cavernous sinus lesions. Classical concepts
(N. Alshafai)
Expanded endonasal endoscopic anatomy of the anterior cranial
fossa and orbit. The limits of the transethmoidal approaches
(Ariel Kaen / Eugenio Cárdenas)
Intracraneal carotid artery and the relationship with the pterygopalatine, infratemporal and middle fossa. Kassam’s areas (Ariel Kaen / Eugenio Cárdenas)
Surgical treatment of brainstem tumors: subtemporal anterior transpetrosal approach (T. Santarius)
The endoscopic endonasal extension in the coronal plane: the transpterygoid approaches (J.A. Simal)

Today: 3D Neuroanatomy Course Alicante- Spain Friday 29th

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Friday 29 th
The sellar region and parasellar region anatomical limits and neurovascular structures (J. Abarca)
The transcranial microscopic corridors to the sellar and parasellar regions  (V. Fernández)
Basic concepts in endonasal endoscopic transsphenoidal surgery to
the sellar and parasellar region: transsellar, transtuberculum and
transplanum (Eugenio Cárdenas / Ariel Kaen)
Endonasal approaches to the suprasellar cistern and retrosellar cisterns
(A. Germanwala)
Transcranial vs. endonasal routes for sellar and parasellar tumors. Taking surgical decisions (J. Abarca)
Surgical options in craniopharyngiomas (M.A Arraez)
Vascular lesions of the anterior circulation. Are the endoscopic routes ready as a valuable option? (A. Germanwala)
Endoscopic anatomy of the internal carotid artery.  A limit in the coronal plane? (J.A Simal)
Anatomical description and cases discussion for sellar and parasellar tumors (45 min)
Middle, infratemporal and pterygopalatine fossae tumors: the case for discussion (45 min)
Live endoscopic dissection: endoscopic endonasal approach to the sellar and parasellar region (45 min)
 

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