D Escudero Rubí

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A hemifacial spasm was symptomatic of a neurinoma of the hypoglossal nerve in a 50 year-old woman. It disappeared after the surgical cure of the tumor. Hemifacial spasm is not mentioned among the 19 cases of neurinoma of the hypoglossal nerve which have been reported up to now. The spasm could have been due to the compression of the 7th nerve by the(More)
A primary lymphoma involving the meninges of the frontobasal region, with focal cortical infiltration and prominent cerebral edema, was treated by surgery and radiotherapy. Eight years later the patient died of a recurrence. Morphological and immunohistochemical studies comparing the initial tumor with the recurrent lesion found similar histopathological(More)
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