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Sarcoma arising in glioblastoma of the brain.
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MULTIPLE INTRACRANIAL MENINGIOMAS.
A 30 year right handed female presented with progressive hearing loss for three years, diffuse headache with vertigo and lancinating pain over right half of face for two years. She also developedExpand
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Primary occlusion of the internal carotid artery in the neck.
  • C. Gross
  • Medicine
  • New York state journal of medicine
  • 1954
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Intracranial abscesses of odontogenic origin.
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FRACTURE OF THE CERVICAL SPINE IN PATIENTS WITH RHEUMATOID SPONDYLITIS.
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Brain tumors in infancy and childhood.
  • C. Gross
  • Medicine
  • New York state journal of medicine
  • 1 October 1950
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Arnold-Chiari malformation.
THE CLINICAL importance of developmental anomalies and malformations of the cervicomedullary juncture is being increasingly appreciated in neurological and neurosurgical centers. The most frequent ofExpand
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TUMORS OF THE BRAIN IN INFANCY: CLINICAL AND PATHOLOGIC STUDY
Tumors of the brain in infancy (that is, during the first two years of life) differ from those in later life in several respects. The alteration in intracranial physiology produced by an expandingExpand
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Thrombosis of the basilar artery.
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