Endoscopic Resection of Hemorrhaged Third Ventricle Cavernous Malformation: 2-Dimensional Operative Video

Giorgio Palandri, Thomas Sorenson, Mino Zucchelli, Nicola Acciarri, Paolo Mantovani, Carmelo Sturiale

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Abstract

Cavernous malformations of the third ventricle are uncommon vascular lesions. Evidence suggests that cavernous malformations in this location might have a more aggressive natural history due to their risk of intraventricular hemorrhage and hydrocephalus.1 The gold standard of treatment is considered to be microsurgical gross total resection of the lesion. However, with progressive improvement in endoscopic capabilities, several authors have recently advocated for the role of minimally-invasive neuroendoscopy for resecting intraventricular cavernous malformations.2-4 In this timely intraoperative video, we demonstrate the gross total resection of a third ventricle cavernous malformation that presented with hemorrhage via a right-sided trans-frontal neuroendoscopic approach.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)51
JournalOperative Neurosurgery
Volume16
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 2018

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Endoscopic Resection of Hemorrhaged Third Ventricle Cavernous Malformation : 2-Dimensional Operative Video. / Palandri, Giorgio; Sorenson, Thomas; Zucchelli, Mino; Acciarri, Nicola; Mantovani, Paolo; Sturiale, Carmelo.

In: Operative Neurosurgery, Vol. 16, No. 2, 2018, p. 51.

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