Funktionserhaltende Chirurgie des Akustikusneurinoms — Ergebnisse interdisziplinärer Kooperation

  • R. Behr
  • H. P. Schlake
  • O. Michel
  • C. Wedekind
  • J. Helms
  • E. Stennert
  • K. Roosen
  • N. Klug
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Zusammenfassung

Die Versorgung von Akustikusneurinompatienten in Würzburg erfolgt verstärkt seit 1991 in gemeinsamer Kooperation von Neurochirurgischer Klinik und Hals-Nasen-Ohren-Klinik. Dabei werden die größeren, extrameatalen Neurinome von einem gemeinsamen Team operiert, wobei der Neurochirurg den extrameatalen Tumorteil entfernt und der Otochirurg den intrakanalikulären. Rein intrameatale Tumoren werden zumeist transtemporal allein durch die HNO-Klinik versorgt. Dieses Konzept wurde von 1999 an auch an der Universitätsklinik in Köln etabliert. Allerdings werden hier auch die rein intrameatalen Tumoren gemeinsam operiert.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • R. Behr
  • H. P. Schlake
  • O. Michel
  • C. Wedekind
  • J. Helms
  • E. Stennert
  • K. Roosen
  • N. Klug

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