Costantinos Sfagos

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INTRODUCTION Differential diagnosis of a cerebral lesion can prove to be a very challenging task for the treating physician. Many non-neoplastic neurological diseases can mimic brain neoplasms on neuroimaging. CASE PRESENTATION A previously healthy 23-year-old male, presented with blurred vision to the Emergency Department of our Hospital. After initial(More)
A 45-year-old female suffering from severe thoracic pain was admitted to the emergency department of our hospital. Thorough clinical examination revealed paresis of the left lower limb and sensory deficit at the level of the Th4 vertebra. MRI of the thoracic spine demonstrated a lesion at the level of Th1-Th7. Despite initial improvement following i.v.(More)
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