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64. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Neurochirurgie (DGNC)

Deutsche Gesellschaft für Neurochirurgie (DGNC) e. V.

26. - 29. Mai 2013, Düsseldorf

MO.04 Main topic: Pituitary and skull base tumors 2

Meeting Abstract (MO.04.01)

Comparison of transcranial and endoscopic transsphenoidal resection of craniopharyngiomas

Hopf NJ, von Riehm JS, Opitz H
Meeting Abstract (MO.04.02)

Incidence and significance of intraoperative CSF leak in endoscopic pituitary surgery using intrathecal fluorescein

Jakimovski D, Bonci G, Attia M, Tsiouris AJ, Anand VK, Schwartz TH
Meeting Abstract (MO.04.03)

Transsphenoidal microsurgery for Cushing’s disease: a consecutive series

Knappe UJ, Salbeck R, Hans V, Santen R, Ritter M, Mann WA, Jaursch-Hancke C, Feldkamp J, Jaspers C
Meeting Abstract (MO.04.04)

Endoscopic endonasal resection of large and giant pituitary adenomas: outcome and predictors of extent of resection

Krischek B, Juraschka K, Godoy B, Vescan A, Gentili F, Zadeh G
Meeting Abstract (MO.04.05)

Microscopic transsphenoidal pituitary surgery: Collagen sponge coated with activated thrombin and fibrinogen versus Fascia lata as a treatment option for intraoperative cerebro-spinal fluid fistulas

Kuhlen D, Kreutzer J, Lehmberg J, Stoffel M, Ringel F, Sahakyan K, Meyer B
Meeting Abstract (MO.04.06)

Preoperative set-up, approaches and clinical, endocrinological and radiological results after microsurgical resection of craniopharyngiomas (CP) – a retrospective analysis of the adult population between 1992 and 2011

Leimert M, Neidel J, Hümpfner T, Soucek S, Gerber J, Schackert G, Pinzer T
Meeting Abstract (MO.04.07)

The endoscopic endonasal transsphenoidal approach to pituitary adenomas allows a high radicality: the benefit of angled optics

Linsler S, Tschan CA, Gaab MR, Oertel J
Meeting Abstract (MO.04.08)

The endoscopic surgical technique of pituitary adenomas preserves the hormonal function: a negative correlation to the microsurgical technique

Linsler S, Tschan CA, Oertel J
Meeting Abstract (MO.04.09)

Transsphenoidal microsurgery with endoscopic assistance is an effective procedure to treat pathologies of the sellar region

Moskopp D, Wang Y, Hammersen S