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ОбложкаMeningiomas: diagnosis, treatment, and outcome / ed. by J.H.Lee. - London: Springer, 2008. - xxiii, 639 p.: ill. (some col.), plans. - Incl. bibl. ref. - Ind.: p.625-639. - ISBN 978-1-84628-526-4
 

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Оглавление / Contents
 
Foreword ...................................................... vii
Preface ........................................................ ix

I  General Information
1  Meningiomas: Historical Perspective .......................... 3
   David O. Okonkwo and Edward R. Laws, Jr.
2  Epidemiology ................................................ 11
   Bong Jin Park, Han Kyu Kim, Burak Sade, and Joung H. Lee
3  Human Meninges: Anatomy and Its Role in Meningioma
   Pathogenesis ................................................ 15
   Tetsumori Yamashima
4  Meninges: Embryology ........................................ 25
   M. Beatriz S. Lopes
5  Pathology of Meningiomas .................................... 31
   Richard A. Prayson
6  Natural History, Growth Rates, and Recurrence ............... 45
   Kyung Gi Cho

II  Diagnostic Considerations
7  Diagnostic Neuroradiology: CT, MRI, fMRI, MRS, PET, and
   Octreotide SPECT ............................................ 55
   Albert S. Chang and Jeffrey S. Ross
8  Meningiomas: Imaging Mimics ................................. 67
   Manzoor Ahmed, Joung H. Lee, and Thomas J. Masaryk
9  Preoperative Embolization of Meningiomas .................... 89
   David J. Fiorella, Vivek R. Deshmukh, Cameron G.
   McDougall, Robert F. Spetzler, and Felipe C. Albuquerque
10 Neuro-ophthalmic Evaluations in Patients with
   Meningiomas ................................................ 101
   Steven A. Newman

III Basic Science
11 Meningioma Tumorigenesis: An Overview of Etiologic
   Factors .................................................... 137
   Michael J. Link and Arie Perry
12 Molecular Basis of Meningioma Tumorigenesis and
   Progression ................................................ 147
   Lilyana Angelov and Mladen Golubic
13 Meningiomas of the Central Neuraxis: Unique Tumors ......... 157
   Joung H. Lee and Burak Sade
14 Radiation-Induced Meningiomas: Historical Perspective,
   Presentation, Management, and Genetics ..................... 163
   Yigal Shoshan, Sergey Spektor, Guy Rosenthal, Shifra
   Fraifeld, and Felix Umansky
15 Emerging Treatment Modalities I: Cyclooxygenase-2 as
   a Therapeutic Target for Meningioma Tumor Growth ........... 177
   Brian T. Ragel and William T. Couldwell
16 Emerging Treatment Modalities II: Gene Therapy for
   Meningiomas ................................................ 185
   Nader Pouratian, Charles A. Sansur, John A. Jane, Jr.,
   and Gregory A. Helm

IV Management and Outcome
17 Management Options and Surgical Principles: An Overview .... 203
   Joung H. Lee and Burak Sade
18 Operative Outcome Following Meningioma Surgery:
   A Personal Experience of 600 Cases ......................... 209
   Joung H. Lee and Burak Sade
19 Factors Influencing Outcome in Meningioma Surgery .......... 213
   Burak Sade and Joung H. Lee
20 The Novel"CLASS" Algorithmic Scale for Patient Selection
   in Meningioma Surgery ...................................... 217
   Joung H. Lee and Burak Sade
21 Endoscopy in Meningioma Surgery: Basic Principles,
   Applications, and Indications .............................. 223
   Paolo Cappabianca, Luigi M. Cavallo, Felice Esposito, and
   Enrico de Divitiis
22 Image-Guided Surgery for Meningiomas ....................... 231
   Tina Thomas and Gene H. Barnett
23 Meningiomas and Epilepsy ................................... 243
   Jorge A. González-Martinez and Imad M. Najm
24 Surgical Correction of Postoperative Strabismus ............ 247
   Gregory Kosmorsky

V Adjunct Treatment Modalities
25 Recent Advances in Therapeutic Radiation: An Overview ...... 253
   Simon S. Lo, Eric L. Chang, and John H. Suh
26 Conventional Radiation for Meningiomas ..................... 259
   Simon S. Lo, Brent'A. Tinnel, and John H. Suh
27 Gamma Knife Surgery for Meningiomas ........................ 267
   Jason Sheehan, Nader Pouratian, Charles A. Sansur, and
   Ladislau Steiner
28 Linear Accelerator Radiosurgery for Meningiomas ............ 277
   William A. Friedman
29 Brachytherapy for Meningiomas .............................. 283
   P. Pradeep Kumar and Burak Sade
30 Medical Therapy for Meningiomas ............................ 293
   Glen H.J. Stevens and David M. Peereboom

VI Meningiomas by Location: Special Considerations, Surgical
Technique, Outcome, Complication Avoidance
31 Convexity Meningiomas ...................................... 301
   Noojan J. Kazemi and Andrew H. Kaye
32 Parasagittal Meningiomas ................................... 309
   Jorge E. Alvernia and Marc P. Sindou
33 Falcine Meningiomas ........................................ 319
   Chae-Yong Kim and Нее Won Jung
34 Olfactory Groove/Planum Sphenoidale Meningiomas ............ 327
   Douglas Fox, Vini G. Khurana, and Robert F. Spetzler
35 Tuberculum Sellae Meningiomas .............................. 333
   Chang Jin Kim and Seok Ho Hong
36 Anterior Clinoidal Meningiomas ............................. 347
   Joung H. Lee and Burak Sade
37 Optic Nerve Sheath Meningiomas I: Aggressive Surgical
   Management ................................................. 355
   Werner Hassler and Uta Schick
38 Optic Nerve Sheath Meningiomas II: Conservative
   Management with Fractionated Stereotactic Radiotherapy ..... 363
   David W. Andrews and James J. Evans
39 Lateral and Middle Sphenoid Wing Meningiomas ............... 371
   Benoit J.M. Pirotte and Jacques Brotchi
40 Orbitosphenoid Meningiomas ................................. 379
   Eric H. Sincoff and Johnny B. Delashaw, Jr.
41 Cavernous Sinus Meningiomas: Conservative Surgical
   Management ................................................. 389
   Burak Sade and Joung H. Lee
42 Temporal Bone Meningiomas
   Mario Sanna, Maurizio Falcioni, Abdelkader Taibah, and
   Sean Flanagan
43 Posterior Clinoidal Meningiomas ............................ 399
   Takeo Goto and Kenji Ohata
44 Petroclival and Upper Clival Meningiomas I: An Overview
   of Surgical Approaches ..................................... 403
   Marcus L. Ware, Svetlana Pravdenkova, Kadir Erkmen, and
   Ossama Al-Mefly
45 Petroclival and Upper Clival Meningiomas II: Anterior
   Transpetrosal Approach ..................................... 415
   Takeshi Kawase, Kazunari Yoshida, and Koichi Uchida
46 Petroclival and Upper Clival Meningiomas III: Combined
   Anterior and Posterior Approach ............................ 425
   Samuel L. Barnett, Anthony L. D'Ambrosio, Siviero Agazzi,
   and Harry R. van Loveren
47 Petrous Meningiomas I: An Overview ......................... 433
   H. Maximilian Mehdorn and RalfM. Buhl
48 Petrous Meningiomas II: Ventral, Posterior and Superior
   Subtypes ................................................... 443
   Burak Sade and Joung H. Lee
49 Foramen Magnum Meningiomas ................................. 449
   Luis A.B. Borba and Benedicto O. Colli
50 Cerebellar Convexity Meningiomas ........................... 457
   Roberto Delfini, Antonio Santoro, and Angelo Pichierri
51 Tentorial Meningiomas ...................................... 465
   Khaled A. Aziz, Sebastien С Froelich, Philip
   Theodosopoulos, and John M. Tew, Jr.
52 Torcular, Transverse, and Sigmoid Sinus Meningiomas ........ 473
   Jorge E. Alvernia and Marc P. Sindou
53 Falcotentorial and Pineal Region Meningiomas ............... 485
   Ivan Radovanovic and Nicolas de Tribolet
54 Intraventricular Meningiomas ............................... 495
   Peter A. Winkler, RalfM. Buhl, and Jörg-Christian Tonn
55 Jugular Foramen Meningiomas I .............................. 515
   Tomio Sasaki and Nobutaka Kawahara
56 Jugular Foramen Meningiomas II: An Otologist's Approach,
   Perspective, and Experience ................................ 521
   Mario Sьnna, Sean Flanagan, G. DeDonato, A. Bacciu, and
   Maurizio Falcioni
57 Spinal Meningiomas ......................................... 529
   Eve C. Tsai, John Butler, and Edward C. Benzel

VII Miscellaneous
58 Pediatric Meningiomas ...................................... 543
   Amro Al-Habib and James T. Rutka
59 NF2/Multiple Meningiomas ................................... 555
   Ralf M. Buhl, H. Maximilian Mehdorn, and Peter
   A. Winkler
60 Peritumoral Edema .......................................... 565
   Han Soo Chang
61 Primary Ectopic Meningiomas ................................ 573
   Sarah E. Gibson and Richard A. Prayson
62 Management of Arterial Encasement by Intracranial
   Meningiomas ................................................ 585
   Laligam N. Sekhar and Sabareesh Kumar Natarajan
63 Venous Reconstruction in the Management of Intracranial
   Meningiomas ................................................ 603
   Sabareesh Kumar Natarajan and Laligam N. Sekhar
64 Dural Reconstruction in Meningioma Surgery ................. 619
   Joung H. Lee and Burak Sade

Index ......................................................... 625


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