Cyrille Gehanne

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We report the case of a 10-year-old boy who presented an intracranial chordoma and we stress the importance of sectional imaging to approach the diagnosis. Clinical presentation is related to local invasion. Lesion of the body of the clivus can extend ventrally or dorsally and cause cranial nerve palsies, brain stem compression or hydrocephalus.(More)
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