Charles E. Moore, MD; G. Aaron Rogers, MD


Medscape J Med. 2008;10(12):272 


The development of new surgical and medical management techniques in skull-base surgery allows for improved patient care. The operative complexities encountered in these procedures necessitate a team-based approach to address total care of the surgical patient. A review of contemporary considerations in management of the patient undergoing skull-base surgery reveals the need for pre- and postoperative planning of surgical and medical management.



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