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A comparison of endoscopic endonasal versus open approaches for skull base chordoma: a comprehensive National Cancer Database analysis.Academic Article Why?
Benign tumors of the cavernous sinus.Academic Article Why?
Coverage of skull base defects.Academic Article Why?
Endonasal Endoscopic Surgery in the Management of Sinonasal and Anterior Skull Base Malignancies.Academic Article Why?
Endoscopic endonasal resection of anterior skull base meningiomas and mucosa: implications for resection, reconstruction, and recurrence.Academic Article Why?
Endoscopic Management of Esthesioneuroblastoma.Academic Article Why?
Horowitz, PelegPerson Why?
Microvascular reconstruction of the skull base.Academic Article Why?
Reconstruction of ablative skull base defects in the pediatric population.Academic Article Why?
Reconstructive management of cranial base defects after tumor ablation.Academic Article Why?
Role of free tissue transfer in skull base reconstruction.Academic Article Why?
Skull base reconstruction: an updated approach.Academic Article Why?
The quiddity of frontobasal meningiomas.Academic Article Why?
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