Eugenio Demo Dugoni

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The lesion of the lower four cranial nerves, commonly called Collet–Sicard syndrome, can be caused by a blunt head and neck trauma. It may be associated to an isolated fracture of the occipital condyle or of the atlas. The aim of this report is to assess the modality of the trauma, the type of fracture, the anatomic characteristics, the treatment and(More)
Schwannomas are encapsulated and slow grooving benign peripheral nerve tumors. They represent about one third of all benign primary spinal tumors. Most schwannomas occur as isolated lesions, but it could be possible to find a multiple localization involving one or more nerves. The presence of multiple schwannomas in a single patient is suggestive of a(More)
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