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New Publication from our group : Endoscopic Endonasal Approach to the Anteromedial Temporal Fossa and Mobilization of the Lateral Wall of the Cavernous Sinus Through the Inferior Orbital Fissure and V1-V2 Corridor

New Publication from our group : Endoscopic Endonasal Approach to the Anteromedial Temporal Fossa and Mobilization of the Lateral Wall of the Cavernous Sinus Through the Inferior Orbital Fissure and V1-V2 Corridor

Endoscopic Endonasal Approach to the Anteromedial Temporal Fossa and Mobilization of the Lateral Wall of the Cavernous Sinus Through the Inferior Orbital Fissure and V1-V2 Corridor: An Anatomic Study and Clinical Considerations Hanakita S, Chang WC, Watanabe K, Ronconi D, Labidi M, Park HH, Oyama K, Bernat AL, Froelich S.   V1V2

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New Publication from Our Group: Combined Nasoseptal and Inferior Turbinate Flap for Reconstruction of Large Skull Base Defect After Expanded Endonasal Approach

New Publication from Our Group: Combined Nasoseptal and Inferior Turbinate Flap for Reconstruction of Large Skull Base Defect After Expanded Endonasal Approach

Combined Nasoseptal and Inferior Turbinate Flap for Reconstruction of Large Skull Base Defect After Expanded Endonasal Approach: Operative technique. Julien Boetto, MD Moujahed Labidi, MD Kentaro Watanabe, MDShunya Hanakita, MD Schahrazed Bouazza, MD Thibault Passeri, MDAnne-Laure Bernat, MD, Sebastien Froelich, MD

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100 Years Otorhinolaryngology

100 Years Otorhinolaryngology

Cochlear congratulates UniversityHospital Zürich on 100 years ORL. Working together in partnership is how breakthroughs are achieved. USZ has helped countless people directly and indirectly through their commitment to always furthering ideas in research and surgery. Cochlear is proud to celebrate this achievement and looks forward to furthering research together in partnership for many years […]