D D Kourousis

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The thoracic spine is different from other mobile segments of the spine because of the presence of ribs and their articulations. The rib cage makes the thoracic spine much more stable and, during trauma, provides additional strength and energy-absorbing capacity. This leads to the conclusion that severe trauma is required to damage the thoracic spine, and(More)
Paragangliomas are benign tumors arising from the heterotopic sympathetic ganglion. They occur more often in the carotid body, glomus jugulare, mediastinum, and paraaortic region; central nervous system locations include the petrous ridge, pineal region, and sella turcica. We report the clinical and imaging features of an unusual case of paraganglioma of(More)
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