OHSU Doernbecher has a distinguished record for removing some of the most difficult tumors faced by pediatric neurosurgeons. One of the toughest, a rare tumor called craniopharyngioma, is tucked deep in the center of the head, between the carotid arteries emerging from the skull base, the vision nerves, the most sensitive areas of the base of the brain, and the brainstem (see photo 7a). Our novel report of using a newer skull base surgical approach … Read More
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