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Krishna C. Joshi, Hamid Borghei-Razavi, and Varun R. Kshettry

Brainstem cavernomas are benign, angiographically occult, low-flow lesions and constitute 18%–35% of intracranial cavernomas., They are known to have an annual rupture risk of 2%–6%,, and once symptomatic, they frequently cause progressive neurological morbidity. A 22-year-old lady presented with progressive profound neurologic deficits from three distinct hemorrhages over 2 months. Surgery was indicated given the aggressive natural history, and the lesion now presented to the surface with displacement of corticospinal tracts noted on diffusion tensor imaging., We describe a surgical technique via an orbitozygomatic transsylvian pretemporal approach with uncal resection to open the oculomotor-tentorial window and resect the lesion.

The video can be found here: https://youtu.be/j5yYp4OsaRc.