Explore the latest in skull base disorders, including recent advances in surgical techniques and approaches to skull base tumors.
A woman in her 60s presented with sinus pressure progressing to dental pain; imaging revealed a mass arising from the skull base and nasopharynx and involvement of the right posterior orbit. What is your diagnosis?
A man with a recent history of meningitis presented with a 1-month history of intermittent clear drainage from his left naris during activity; temporal bone computed tomography demonstrated a lytic-appearing lesion of the posterior fossa and partial opacification of the mastoid air cells. What is your diagnosis?
A 55-year-old man presented to the emergency department following an unwitnessed assault, sustaining multiple facial contusions and lacerations. The oculoplastic service was consulted for possible damage to the nasolacrimal system. What would you do next?
A man in his 50s with an unremarkable medical history began experiencing vertigo 1 week after a viral upper respiratory tract infection.
This study examines if outcomes of veterans undergoing endoscopic endonasal skull base surgery in the VA system rival those in other published studies.
This Surgical Pearl presents a step-by-step description of submental orotracheal intubation to provide surgeons a clear and concise reference when managing the airway in patients with severe facial trauma.
This analysis of medical records describes the testing necessary to classify nonchordomatous clival lesions and discusses the difficulty in obtaining a histologic diagnosis.
This pilot approach was used to implement a useful and is now a well-accepted tool for blended learning. It is possible to raise interest even in this very specialized subspecialty of otorhinolaryngology with overall individual learning benefit for the students. There is a demand for more e-learning and web-based simulation to support the existing curricula in a hybrid, blended way.
Ayodele et al discuss the clinical approach, differential diagnosis, and neuropathological findings in a 37-year-old woman who presented with progressively worsening headache and developed neurologic deficits with multiple cystic lesions in the posterior fossa.
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