By Mirko Tos, Jens Thomsen (auth.), Jin Kanzaki M.D., Mirko Tos M.D., DMSc dr.h.c., Mario Sanna M.D., David A. Moffat M.D., Takanobu Kunihiro M.D., Yasuhiro Inoue M.D. (eds.)
This quantity of the Keio college overseas Symposia for LifeSciences and drugs includes the court cases of the 11th symposium held lower than the sponsorship of the Keio collage clinical technological know-how Fund. As defined within the beginning feedback via the President of Keio collage, the fund was once demonstrated by means of the beneficiant donation of Dr. Mitsunada Sakaguchi. The Keio collage overseas Symposia for all times Sciences and drugs represent one of many center actions backed via the fund, the target of that's to give a contribution to the overseas neighborhood through constructing human assets, selling medical wisdom, and inspiring mutual trade. every year, the Committee of the overseas Symposia for all times Sciences and drugs selects the main major symposium subject from functions obtained from the Keio clinical group. The e-book of the court cases is meant to publicize and disseminate the data bobbing up from the full of life discussions of the main fascinating and present concerns provided throughout the symposium. On behalf of the Committee, i'm such a lot thankful to Dr. Mitsunada Sakaguchi, who made the symposia sequence attainable. Weare additionally thankful to the popular audio system for his or her contribution to this quantity. In addition,wewould liketo recognize the efficientorganizational paintings played by way of the participants of this system committee and the employees of the fund. Naoki Aikawa,M.D.,D.M.Sc., EA.C.S.
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Among these 21 cases, 2 were class A, 9 were class B,3 were class C, and 7 were class D. Two types of classification of the intracranial portion of the tumors along with their results of functional preservation are also shown in Table 1. Regarding postoperative facial function, in both type A and type B classification, the larger the tumor becomes, the worse the postoperative facial function. However,the general tendency that the preservation rate decreases as the size of the tumor increases is seen more clearly in type B than in type A.
Regarding postoperative facial nerve function, the House-Brackmann (HB) grading system was used. As for the surgical approach, 47 cases were via the middle cranial fossa, and in 6 cases with a large tumor we used a combined approach of suboccipital and middle cranial fossa approach. 5%). In 4 cases, the nerve was severed; the tumor sizes were 8, 13, 15,and 31mm from the porus. In 2 cases, sural nerve grafting was performed, and in the others end-to-end anastomosis. When the final result of facial nerve func- Classification of Tumor Size in Acoustic Neuroma by Functional Preservation 31 TABLE 1.
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Acoustic Neuroma: Consensus on Systems for Reporting Results by Mirko Tos, Jens Thomsen (auth.), Jin Kanzaki M.D., Mirko Tos M.D., DMSc dr.h.c., Mario Sanna M.D., David A. Moffat M.D., Takanobu Kunihiro M.D., Yasuhiro Inoue M.D. (eds.)