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Spinal subdural hematoma
Abstract We report the case of a 68-year-old patient with a traumatic spinal subdural hematoma. MRI demonstrated an area of abnormal intensity and a black line in the inner part of the intraduralExpand
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Vertebral pedicle diameter as determined by computed tomography: inaccuracies observed by direct measurement of cadaveric lumbar spine
The isthmic diameter of the vertebral pedicle is an important dimension affecting the stability of transpedicular screwing. The isthmic diameter of the pedicle was measured in the lumbar spines of 18Expand
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Granular cell tumors of the breast: A report of two cases
Granular cell tumors (GCT) are rare neoplasms, and only 173 cases of benign GCT of the breast have been documented. We report herein the cases of two patients with this tumor and discuss the methodsExpand
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Case report 858: Postradiation osteosarcoma of the patella.
A case of postradiation osteosarcoma of the patella in a 54-year-old man was presented. The lesion in the patella was diffuse and highly sclerotic, and was partially radiolucent in radiographs. TheExpand
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Multicentric osteosarcoma with long-term survival
We present a 14-year-old girl with multicentric osteosarcoma who has survived for over 9 years to date. The patient first noticed right knee pain in 1992. Radiographs showed a destructive andExpand
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Two Cases of Dorsal Epidural Migration of Lumbar Disk Fragments
Herniated disk fragments are known to migrate in many directions within the spinal canal, but dorsal migration has been rarely reported. This report presents 2 cases of migration of the lumbar diskExpand
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▪ Abstract In the nanoscience era, the properties of many exciting new materials and devices will depend on the details of their composition down to the level of single atoms. Thus theExpand
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Pseudohypoparathyroidism‐Associated Spinal Stenosis
Study Design Pseudohypoparathyroidism associated with disorders of the spine is rarely reported, In this report, the authors present a case of pseudohypoparathyroidism in a 41-year-old man who hadExpand
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Electroconvulsive seizure-induced VEGF is correlated with neuroprotective effects against cerebral infarction: Involvement of the phosphatidylinositol-3 kinase/Akt pathway
The present study demonstrates the cytoprotective effect of electrical convulsive stimulation (ECS) as a potential neuroprotective vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) inducer against ischemicExpand
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Periosteal ganglion: a report of three new cases including MRI findings and a review of the literature
Abstract Objective. To clarify the clinicopathological features of periosteal ganglion. Design. Three patients with periosteal ganglion were studied clinicopathologically. Patients. One patient wasExpand
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