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A 63-year-old man, who originally presented with renal colic with radiation of the pain to the corresponding testicle, was proven to have a thoracic intervertebral herniated nucleus pulposus. The myelographic and computed axial tomographic findings utilizing water-soluble contrast medium are described. At operation via a dorsolateral approach, degenerated(More)
A case of corpus callosum lipoma with presumptive diagnosis is presented. Review of the literature disclosed 84 cases with such diagnoses. Lipoma of the corpus callosum is a rare intracranial lesion, perhaps congenital and often asymptomatic, but can present with seizure disorder, headache, mental changes, paresis or paralysis. Twenty-one patients had been(More)
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