By Dan M. Fliss, Ziv Gil
This richly illustrated atlas, compiled via authors with large event within the box, deals a step by step advisor to the surgery of tumors, and congenital illnesses of the cranium base and nasal sinuses. specific awareness is dedicated to many of the concepts hired for extirpation of tumors and reconstruction of the cranium base and Paranasal Sinuses. that allows you to facilitate knowing of the various methods, transparent surgical illustrations are offered along the top quality intraoperative photos. every time applicable, technical counsel are supplied and in brief mentioned. This atlas will attract a extensive viewers of citizens, fellows, and specialists in several fields of drugs, together with surgeons (head and neck, neurosurgery, otolaryngology, plastic and reconstructive surgical procedure, ophthalmology, maxillofacial surgical procedure) and oncologists.
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The lesser petrosal nerve runs anterior to the greater petrosal nerve and exits the cranium, passing through the foramen spinosum to join the otic ganglion. The cochlea is situated below the floor of the middle cranial fossa, at the apex of the angle between the greater petrosal and labyrinthine segment of the facial nerve. Fig. 14 Superior endocranial view of middle cranial base. (a) The floor of the middle fossa has been preserved. The anterior part of the floor of the middle fossa is formed by the greater sphenoid wing, which roofs the infratemporal fossa, and the posterior part of the floor is formed by the upper surface of the temporal bone.
The medial part is formed by the body of the sphenoid bone, the site of the tuberculum sellae, pituitary fossa, middle and posterior clinoid processes, the carotid sulcus, and the dorsum sellae (Fig. 4). The lateral part is formed by the lesser and greater sphenoid wings, with the superior orbital fissure between them (Fig. 4). The lesser wing is connected to the body of the sphenoid bone by an anterior root, which forms the roof of the optic canal, and by a posterior root, also called the optic strut, which forms the floor of the optic canal and separates the optic canal from the superior orbital fissure (Fig.
D) Enlarged view with highlighting of the pre- (red) and poststyloid (yellow) compartments of the parapharyngeal space. The styloid diaphragm, formed by the anterior part of the carotid sheath, separates the parapharyngeal space into pre- and poststyloid parts. The prestyloid compartment, a narrow fat-containing space between the medial pterygoid and tensor veli palatini muscles, separates the infratemporal fossa from the medially located lateral nasopharyngeal region containing the tensor and levator veli palatini and the eustachian tube.