Facial Nerve in its Borderline from the Intratemporal to the Extratemporal Segment
By an agreement with our moderator, Mr. Samii, we shall subdivide the now following topic “facial nerve surgery” into several sections: While Mr. Devriese from Amsterdam will talk about current diagnostics of facial injuries, we will have the pleasure to listen to Mr. Bebear from the Portmann-Team in Bordeaux, who will be concerned with traumatic lesions of the facial nerve as a consequence of a great number of head injuries. Corresponding to his subject, Mr. Bebear will deal with the surgery of the facial nerve within its intratemporal segment.
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