craniotomy. Posterior lateral orbitotomy. Extradural anterior clinoidectomy.
For meningioma surgery involving the optic nerve in the area of the tubercle
of the sella
surgery was performed on the brain of a 39-year-old patient who was referred
with blindness in the left eye. The MRI test shows the presence of a 15 mm
tumor in the region of the tubercle
sella of the brain, which is close to the optic nerve. In this surgery, after
splitting the left side of the skull, the entire tumor was removed from the
brain slowly and with special delicacy so as not to damage the optic nerve and
the olfactory nerve. The patient's vision returned immediately after surgery.
Swiss research group also confirmed the
correctness of this division for the surgery of such a tumor after conducting
the necessary investigations