PMID: 8327082Jun 1, 1993Paper

Intraoperative computed tomographic scanning during transsphenoidal surgery: technical note

Neurosurgery
H OkuderaS Kobayashi

Abstract

Intraoperative computed tomographic scanning during transsphenoidal surgery on pituitary lesions is performed and evaluated. A computed tomographic scanner system exclusively developed for the operating room is used for this purpose during transsphenoidal surgery. Ten consecutive patients with pituitary lesions underwent operations by this method, which used a combination of an ordinary fluoroscopy unit and the computed tomographic scanner.

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Related Concepts

Adenoma, Trabecular
Chordoma
Papillary Craniopharyngioma
Medical Device Design
Injuries, Surgical
Pituitary Carcinoma
Sphenoid Bone Structure
Surgical Equipment
Tomography, X-Ray Computerized Axial
Monitoring, Intraoperative

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