D. Damm

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The intraneural perineurioma is an uncommon proliferation of perineural cells that forms onion bulb-like structures surrounding the nerve axons within a portion of a single affected nerve. The etiology is idiopathic, and it is controversial whether the process is reactive or neoplastic. All previously reported cases have involved major nerves and have been(More)
Case-based approaches predict the behaviour of dynamic systems by analysing a given experimental setting in the context of others. To select similar cases and to control adaptation of cases, they employ general knowledge. If that is neither available nor inductively derivable, the knowledge implicit in cases can be utilized for a case-based ranking and(More)
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