Aimun AB Jamjoom

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OBJECTIVE The object of this report is to highlight some of the less known atypical features of spinal tuberculosis (TB) in the hope of facilitating early diagnosis. Pure neural arch and sacral TB is rare and the co-existence of these two as widely separated skip lesions in the same patient is even rarer. CLINICAL PRESENTATION An unusual case of(More)
In order to determine the factors influencing outcome following craniotomy for trauma in patients over the age of 65 and to establish criteria for surgical intervention, the authors carried out a retrospective analysis of the hospital and general practice records of all head injury patients over the age of 65 who underwent a craniotomy for evacuation of a(More)
Cerebral venous sinus thrombosis is a rare but dangerous condition, occurring with an incidence of 3-4 cases/million/year. Cerebral venous sinus thrombosis presents a diagnostic challenge due to its varied presentation patterns. We report a case of a 42 year old Nepali man diagnosed with cerebral venous sinus thrombosis after presenting with a week long(More)
In this study of 43 children who had surgery for traumatic extradural hematoma (EDH) at Frenchay Hospital, England, between 1975 and 1987, the authors attempt to outline the various clinical characteristics of EDH which are different in children (age range 1-15 years) and adults (age range 16-84 years). The results confirm that children with traumatic EDH(More)
External compression caused by a massive extraperitoneal cerebrospinal fluid collection lead to intestinal obstruction in a 3-year-old child who had previously had a ventriculoperitoneal shunt for treatment of hydrocephalus. Radiological findings and ways of preventing this situation are discussed. A useful diagnostic radiological sign, the "coiling sign',(More)
The authors report their experience in the treatment of cervical spondylotic myelopathy by multiple subtotal vertebrectomy and fusion. There were 27 cases with a mean age of 66.9 years. The clinical assessment was carried out using both the Nurick and the Japanese Orthopaedic Association (JOA) grading pre- and post-operatively at 6 months. The(More)
Two patients with intradural extramedullary cysts of the spinal canal are described. Both presented with slowly progressive myelo-radiculopathy caused by mucin-producing epithelial-lined cysts in cervical and upper thoracic region. Histologically, both lesions were considered to be neurenteric cysts with an endodermal origin. Radiographic diagnosis was made(More)