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 10.3760/cma.j.issn.0376-2491.2018.23.011. PMID: 29925170.)). 10.3760/cma.j.issn.0376-2491.2018.23.011. PMID: 29925170.)).
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-Although the endoscopic [[transnasal approach]] has developed in leaps and bounds in the last decade, other transcranial approaches maintain their value. The supraorbital endoscopic approach is a minimally invasive approach and seems to be optimal for those lesions wider than 2 cm in the lateral extension and for all the paramedian lesions.+Although the endoscopic [[transnasal approach]] has developed in leaps and bounds in the last decade, other [[transcranial approach]]es maintain their value. The supraorbital [[endoscopic approach]] is a minimally invasive approach and seems to be optimal for those lesions wider than 2 cm in the lateral extension and for all the paramedian lesions.
 ((Peraio S, Chumas P, Nix P, Phillips N, Tyagi A. From above or from below? ((Peraio S, Chumas P, Nix P, Phillips N, Tyagi A. From above or from below?
 That is the question. Comparison of the supraorbital approach with the endonasal That is the question. Comparison of the supraorbital approach with the endonasal
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