Farhad Emadi

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A 50 year-old man was referred with history of acute ataxia and lower extremity paresthesia 10 days after general anesthesia with nitrous oxide. Cervical MRI showed long hypersignal lesion in posterior segment of the cord. Blood analysis revealed vitamin B12 deficiency. Nitrous oxide-induced myelopathy should be considered in patients who develop acute(More)
tCorresponding Author: Afshin Borhanihaghighi, MD, Department of Neurology, Nemazee Hospital, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Shiraz, Iran Tel/Fax: +98-711-6121065 E-mail: borhanihaghighi@yahoo.com Introduction The presence of multiple brain lesions in a patient is often due to metastases. However, this can also be seen in primary brain tumors that(More)
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