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The endoscopic transnasal approach to the lesions of the craniocervical junction: two case reports
Baraa Dabboucy, Wissem Lahiani, Damien Bresson, Nouman Aldahak


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Surgical Approaches to CCJ (Endoscopic Transnasal-Transoral-Transcervical and Robotic Transoral Approach)
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