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Skull base surgery. 1995 January; 5(1): 51–55.
PMCID: PMC1661780

Practical Applications of Image-Guided Navigation during Anterior Craniofacial Resection

Abstract

Intraoperative image-guided navigation allows the surgeon to identify anatomic landmarks obscured by overlying normal tissue, neoplasms, infection, or previous surgery. This case presentation illustrates some of the practical applications of the ISG image-guided navigation system during anterior cranial base surgery. The advantages and the pitfalls of the ISG system are discussed.

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