Image-Guided Advances for Improved Resection of Middle Fossa Skull Base Tumors
Orin Bloch, MD, Neurosurgeon at the Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine discusses image-guided advances and techniques for improved resection of middle fossa skull base tumors. He begins by giving an overview of hyperostosing meningiomas and the various approaches to surgically removing them. He then discusses assessing bone resection, extent of resection and cranial reconstruction intraoperatively with advanced imaging, navigation and software applications including Brainlab Elements Adaptive Hybrid Surgery.
About the speaker
Orin Bloch, MD
Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, Chicago, USA
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