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Trigemino-cardiac reflex in skull base surgery

Bernhard Schaller

Trigemino-cardiac reflex in skull base surgery

by Bernhard Schaller

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Published by Sierke Verlag in Göttingen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Skull base -- Surgery.,
  • Trigeminal nerve -- Surgery.,
  • Trigeminal Nerve -- physiology.,
  • Trigeminal Nerve -- surgery.,
  • Heart Diseases -- etiology.,
  • Neurosurgical Procedures -- adverse effects.,
  • Research Design.,
  • Skull Base -- surgery.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 75-88).

    StatementBernhard J. Schaller.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination88 p. :
    Number of Pages88
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19565319M
    ISBN 103933893739
    ISBN 109783933893734

    This reflex is a well-known entity called 'trigemino-cardiac reflex.' (TCR). The role of TCR is investigated in various pathophysiological conditions especially in neurosurgical, but also skull base surgery procedures. Additionally, its significance in various sleep related disorders has also been highlighted by: 9. Trigeminocardiac reflex. The trigeminocardiac reflex (TCR) is defined as the sudden onset of parasympathetic dysrhythmia, sympathetic hypotension, apnea or gastric hypermotility during stimulation of any of the sensory branches of the trigeminal nerve 1) 2) 3).. Initial reports were based on animal experiments; however, TCR in neurosurgical patients was first elaborated by .

    Clinically, trigemino-cardiac reflex has been reported to occur during neurosurgical skull-base surgery. Apart from the few clinical reports, the physiological function of this brainstem reflex. The trigemino-cardiac reflex (TCR) is defined as the sudden onset of parasympathetic dysrhythmia, sympathetic hypotension, apnea or gastric hypermotility during stimulation of any of the sensory branches of the trigeminal nerve. The sensory nerve endings of the trigeminal nerve send neuronal signals via the Gasserian ganglion to the sensory nucleus of the trigeminal .

    trigeminocardiac reflex, skull-base surgery, peripheral, central, chronic, autonomous nerve system, brainstem reflex Search for Similar Articles You may search for similar articles that contain these same keywords or you may modify the keyword list to augment your search. Trigeminocardiac Reflex is a comprehensive tutorial reference to the science, diagnosis, and possible treatment of the trigeminocardiac reflex (TCR) that is usually initiated when the trigeminal nerve is disturbed during intercranial surgery. Since first reported in by co-Editor Bernhard Schaller, the research focused on TCR is expanding. While its instance is rare, new .


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Trigemino-cardiac reflex in skull base surgery by Bernhard Schaller Download PDF EPUB FB2

The trigeminocardiac reflex (TCR) is nowadays a well-established brain stem phenomenon in skull-base surgery and related disciplines. Because the study of the TCR is a rapidly growing field, new knowledge is constantly being created, mostly from.

INTRODUCTION. The trigeminal cardiac reflex (TCR) is a unique brainstem reflex that manifests as typical hemodynamic perturbations including sudden lowering of heart rate (HR), mean arterial blood pressure (MABP), cardiac arrhythmias, asystole, and other autonomic reactions such as apnea and gastric by:   Schaller B, Knauth M, Buchfelder M () Trigemino-cardiac reflex during skull base surgery.

A Trigemino-cardiac reflex in skull base surgery book entity of ischemic preconditioning. The potential role of imaging. Eur J Nucl Med Mol Imaging (in press)Cited by: Trigemino-cardiac Reflex [TCR] is defined as sudden drop in heart rate, mean arterial pressure of 20% or more compare with baseline values before stimulation and coinciding with manipulation of trigeminal nerve [peripheral or central] or structures supply by it excluding pathological : Maria de Lourdes Guarnieri Barbosa Bueno.

Cite this article: Eghosa M, Obasi Okezie K, Babatunde A, Adeniji A. Trigemino Cardiac Reflex: A Finding in Skull Base Surgery That Could be Catastrophic- A Review of Literature. Biomed J Sci&Tech Res 10(3) BJSTR. DOI: / BJSTR Volume nucleus of the vagus and the nucleus ambiguous, from whereAuthor: Eghosa Morgan, Obasi Okezie Kanu, Babatunde Adetunmbi, Adeniji Adesida.

Trigemino Cardiac Reflex: A Finding in Skull Base Surgery That Could be Catastrophic- A Review of Literature Volume 10 - Issue 3 Eghosa Morgan* 1,2, Obasi Okezie Kanu 3, Babatunde Adetunmbi 3 and Adeniji Adesida 4Author: Eghosa Morgan, Obasi Okezie Kanu, Babatunde Adetunmbi, Adeniji Adesida.

Introduction: Trigemino-cardiac reflex (TCR) is a well-established neurogenic reflex that is primarily observed in many neurosurgical procedures, especially skull base surgery. CONCLUSION: TCR is a short neural reflex with a drop in blood pressure and heart rate coinciding with the manipulation of the trigeminal nerve in skull base surgery.

Correct recognition, intensive observation, and essential management of Author: Duan Hz, Zhang Y, Li L, Zhang Jy, Yi Zq, Bao Sd.

Objective: To explore the mechanism,clinical features,and prognosis of trigemino-cardiac reflex(TCR) during skull base operations.

Methods: A retrospective analysis was performed on patients with skull base disease from Jan. to Oct. in Peking University First Hospital.

By reviewing the patients' operative data and anaesthetic electrical record,and we picked out. The trigeminal nerve and cardioinhibitory vagus nerve constitute the afferent and efferent pathway in the reflex arc.

The trigeminocardiac reflex has been reported to occur during craniofacial surgery, balloon-compression rhizolysis of trigeminal ganglion, and tumor resection in the cerebellopontine angle. To explore the mechanism, clinical features, and prognosis of Trigemino-cardiac reflex (TCR) during skull base operations.A retrospective analysis was performed on patients with skull base disease from Jan.

to Oct. in Peking University First : Duan Hz, Zhang Y, Li L, Zhang Jy, Yi Zq, Bao Sd. To observe and analyze the occurrence and management of the trigemino-cardiac reflex (TCR) defined as the phenomenon of abrupt drops in heart rate (HR) and blood pressure during skull base surgery.

The presence of the trigeminocardiac reflex (TCR) is well documented in nearly all skull-base interventions (surgical and radiological), and interestingly, it has been found to substantially affect the functional outcome of these by: 1.

To observe and analyze the occurrence and management of the trigemino-cardiac reflex (TCR) defined as the phenomenon of abrupt drops in heart rate (HR) and blood pressure during skull base by: Trigemino-cardiac reflex during transsphenoidal surgery for pituitary adenomas: Methodological description of a prospective skull base study protocol Author links open overlay panel B.J.

Schaller D. Weigel 1 A. Filis 1 M. Buchfelder 1Cited by:   After the trigemino-cardiac reflex (TCR) was first described by the senior author init resolved one of the great problems and mysteries in neurosurgery.

In the meantime, several other groups have published their results about the TCR, but there still remain a lot of questions about this reflex that are currently by: To observe and analyze the occurrence and management of the trigemino-cardiac reflex (TCR) defined as the phenomenon of abrupt drops in heart Cited by: The trigemino-cardiac reflex is defined as the sudden onset of parasympathetic dysrhythmia, sympathetic hypotension, apnea, or gastric hypermotility during stimulation of any of the sensory branches of the trigeminal nerve.

Clinically, trigemino-cardiac reflex has been reported to occur during neurosurgical skull-base by: The trigemino-cardiac reflex (TCR) is clinically defined as the sudden onset of parasympathetic activity, sympathetic hypotension, apnea, or gastric hypermotility during central or peripheral stimulation of any of the sensory branches of the trigeminal nerve.

Clinically, the TCR has been reported to occur during craniofacial surgery, manipulation of the trigeminal nerve/ganglion. Trigemino-cardiac reflex during transsphenoidal surgery for pituitary adenomas: methodological description of a prospective skull base study protocol.

Brain Res. 69– doi: /esCited by: 5. In clinical neuroscience, the TCR has been reported to occur during skull base surgery and in different neurological disorders [5, [42][43][44][45][46][47][48][49][50][51][52][53][54][55].

Apart.Trigemino-Cardiac Reflex as a Cerebral Oxygen-Conserving Reflex N. Sandu1, T. Spiriev1, Features of the reflex have been discovered during skull base surgery, mediating reflex protection projects via currently undefined pathways from the especially during surgery or invasive procedures, but also the dreaded SIDS.To observe and analyze the occurrence and management of the trigemino-cardiac reflex (TCR) defined as the phenomenon of abrupt drops in heart .