Anrag Golash

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A 33-year-old man presented with a history of fits and on initial investigation was suspected of having a left frontal parafalcine meningioma. Initial surgical procedure to excise the lesion had to be abandoned owing to the extreme vascularity of the lesion. Histology revealed it to be a haemangioendothelioma. At a second operation the tumour was completely(More)
Mild clinical myelopathy can occur without cord compression, and asymptomatic cord compression seen on MRI is common. The aim of this study was to ascertain the MRI features which best correlate with early clinical myelopathy. The study was conducted on three groups: group A, 20 patients with clinical myelopathy and MRI evidence of cervical spondylosis;(More)
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