Munir Elias 20-12-2013

Most of the site will reflect the ongoing surgical activity of Prof. Munir Elias MD., PhD. with brief slides and weekly activity. For reference to the academic and theoretical part, you are welcome to visit  neurosurgery.fr

Functional Neurosurgery
functionalneuro.surgery
Functionalneurosurgery.net

IOM Sites
iomonitoring.org
operativemonitoring.com

Neurosurgical Sites
cns-online.com
cns.surgery
cns.today
e-neurosurgery.com
neurosurgery.ag
neurosurgery.bz
neurosurgery.co
neurosurgery.cz
neurosurgery.fr
neurosurgery.gallery
neurosurgeryvideo.gallery
neurosurgicalvideo.gallery
neurosurgery.guru
neurosurgery.me
neurosurgery.mx
neurosurgery.photos
neurosurgery.tips
neurosurgery.tv
neurosurgery.tw
neurosurgeryspine.org

Neurosurgical Encyclopedia
neurosurgicalencyclopedia.com
neurosurgicalencyclopedia.net
neurosurgicalencyclopedia.org

Neurooncological Sites
acousticschwannoma.com
craniopharyngiomas.com
craniopharyngiomas.net
ependymomas.com
ependymomas.net
glioma.co
gliomas.info
glioma.ws
meningiomas.info
meningiomas.org
neurooncology.me
neurooncology.tv
neurooncology.ws
onconeurosurgery.com
pinealomas.com
pituitaryadenomas.com
pituitaryadenoma.net
schwannomas.com
theneuro-oncology.com

Neuroanatomical Sites
diencephalon.info
diencephalon.org
humanneuroanatomy.com
medullaoblongata.info
mesencephalon.org
microneuroanatomy.com

Neuroanesthesia Sites
neuroanesthesia.info

Neuroendocrinologiacl Site
humanneuroendocrinology.com

Neurobiological Sites
humanneurobiology.com

Neurohistopathological
neurorhistopathology.com

Neuro ICU Site
neuroicu.info

Neuroophthalmological
neuroophthalmology.org

Neurophysiological Sites
humanneurophysiology.com
neurophysiology.ws

Neuroradiological Sites
e-neuroradiology.com
neuroradiology.ws

Neurovascular Sites
vascularneurosurgery.com
vascularneurosurgery.net

Personal Sites
cns-clinic.net
cnsclinic.org
munirelias.com
munir.ws

Spine Surgery Sites
spinesurgeries.org
spinesurgery.ws
spondylolisthesis.info
paraplegia.co
paraplegia.ws

Stem Cell Therapy Site
neurostemcell.com


Inomed Stockert Neuro N50. A versatile
RF lesion generator and stimulator for
countless applications and many uses


Multigen RF lesion generator .

08-OCTOBER-1995  MUSTAFA HASAN FARES AL-RAKH 17 YEARS  FIBROUS DYSPLASIA OF THE LEFT PARASELLAR AND MAXILLARY REGION.

 

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Fibrous dysplasia is an abnormal bone growth where normal bone is replaced with fibrous bone tissue. Fibrous dysplasia causes abnormal growth or swelling of bone. Fibrous dysplasia can occur in any part of the skeleton but the bones of the skull, thigh, shin, ribs, upper arm and pelvis are most commonly affected. Fibrous dysplasia is very rare, and there is no known cure. Fibrous dysplasia is not a form of cancer.
Most lesions are monostotic, asymptomatic and identified incidentally and can be treated with clinical observation and patient education.
This disorder is usually diagnosed in childhood or early adulthood and can affect one or several bones. Males and females of any race are equally affected.

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The cause of surgery is to decompress the neural structures involved and for cosmetic reasons.

Anamnesis

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The patient came to the clinic 01-July-1995 complaining of slowly growing bony mass in the left side of the face with pain in the left upper jaw for 4 years with progressive course. The patient was admitted 07-October-1995.

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On examination; the patient is alert and has disfigurement of the face due to a mass in the left maxillary area. with hypalgesia of the left side of the face and numbness of the left V2 division. CT-scan of the brain done recently showing wide involvement of the left parasellar region reaching the left maxilla, compressing the left optic nerve and obstructing the left side of the nasal cavity.

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The face and moth cavity were prepared and through 2 separate incisions on in the upper gingiva and one along the inferior edge of the left orbit were created. Using high speed drill, a big rounded mass was removed from the anterior wall of the left maxilla and and the anterior wall of the maxilla was opened and through that defect, further drilling and dissection was done to maximally remove the fibrous bone. The maxillary nerve and accompanying artery was preserved. The affected parts of the ethmoid sinuses and the sphenoid sinus were included in the drilling. The other left parasellar parts were not accessible from this approach and it was decided to perform the unreachable parts to another surgery with the use of another pterional approach. The bone defect in the anterior wall of the maxilla was closed with artificial bone. Routine closure of the wounds. The operation took 8 hours period.

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Smooth postoperative recovery. The patient discharged 12-October-1995.

 

Skyra MRI with all clinical applications in the run since 28-Novemeber-2013.

Leica HM500

Leica HM500
The World's first and the only Headmounted Microscope.
Freedom combined with Outstanding Vision, but very bad video recording and documentation.

TRUMPF TruSystem 7500

After long years TRUMPF TruSystem 7500 is running with in the neurosuite at Shmaisani hospital starting from 23-March-2014


Back Up!

Notice: Not all operative activities can be recorded due to lack of time.
Notice: Head injuries and very urgent surgeries are also escaped from the plan .

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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