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In nine cases of osteoid-osteoma causing scoliosis, all lesions were in the spine and several led to significant structural spine changes. One patient had two distinct spine lesions two years apart. Almost all cases were misdiagnosed and improperly treated at first. Prompt recognition should lead to early surgical excision without spine fusion.
This article describes a patient with transdural lumbar disc herniation. The patient fits the average criteria for intradural lumbar disc herniations. The nucleus pulposus in this patient advanced through both anterior and posterior aspects of the dural sack. The volume of extruded matter was greater and caused greater neurologic damage than that observed… (More)