Daniele F. Millimaggi

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INTRODUCTION Cavernous hemangiomas are rare benign bone tumors and those at the level of the cranial bones are even rarer. CASE PRESENTATION A 50-year-old woman of Italian ethnicity presented with a frontal mass. A computed tomography scan showed an osteolytic lesion and a magnetic resonance imaging scan revealed a hypointense lesion on the T1-weighted(More)
BACKGROUND Various materials have been proposed to obliterate dead spaces and to reconstruct dural defects during a neurosurgical approach. This study describes our technique of using the abdominal autologous fat graft and evaluates the complications and characteristics related to the use of this tissue during cranial procedures. METHODS Autologous fat(More)
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