The most important surgical approaches (red carotid artery, blue jugular bulb and sigmoid sinus, yellow facial nerve, grey dark labyrinthine and cochlea). 1 Transmastoidal-translabyrinthine, 2 transmastoidal infralabyrinthine-subcochlear, 3 transtemporal, 4 suboccipital, 5 transsphenoidal
One accepted surgical treatment of CGs is by way of ventilation
tubes through a subcochlear or infralabyrinthine route when
possible (Fig. 1 ).
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