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Hemorrhage into an intradiploic arachnoid cyst. Case report.
Intracranial arachnoid cysts are relatively rare; it is believed that they account for only 1% of all intracranial space-occupying lesions. When they occur in the intracranial cavity, they usually… Expand
Cladosporium bantianum (trichoides) infection of the brain.
A 32 yr old male patient with history of convulsion and bitemporal headache was diagnosed as suffering from tuberculoma based on CT Scan. He worsened after anti-tuberculous therapy. The patient… Expand
Transoral plate and screw fixation of the craniovertebral region--a preliminary report.
A transoral plate and screw fixation of the clivus to the body of the cervical vertebra is described. The procedure was successfully performed in a patient with congenital basilar invagination after… Expand
Neurosurgery in India
SummaryThis is a brief account of Neurosurgery in India. Prior to 1949, Neurosurgery was being practised by General Surgeons. With the return of Professor Jacob Chandy to the Christian Medical… Expand
Angiolipoma of the right inferior colliculus: a rare central cause of hearing loss and limb ataxia
- S. Pawar, R. R. Sharma, A. Karapurkar, M. Tewari, S. D. Lad
- Journal of Clinical Neuroscience
- 1 May 2003
Intracranial angiolipomas are rare entities and are infrequently symptomatic. These benign lesions are adherent to the surrounding neurovascular structures as they share the same blood supply, which… Expand
Radiation induced sarcoma.
A case of radiation induced sarcoma presenting seven years after radiotherapy for a conus cauda equina astrocytoma is reported.
Craniosynostosis with Marfan syndrome, hand and foot anomalies.
- A. M. Shah, A. Chattopadhyay, A. Kher, B. Bharucha, A. Karapurkar
- Clinical dysmorphology
- 1 July 1996
We report a patient with various connective tissue abnormalities suggesting a distinctive connective tissue disorder combining some features of the Marfan syndrome with craniosynostosis and hand and… Expand
Bilateral otogenic cerebellar abscesses.
An unusual presentation of bilateral otogenic cerebellar abscesses observed in two of our patients is reported. Both gave a history of otorrhoea, fever, headache, vomiting and had bilateral… Expand
Thalamic abscess (a case report).