Felice D’Arco

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BACKGROUND Lymphocytic vasculitis of the central nervous system is an uncommon subtype of primary angiitis of the central nervous system (PACNS) - a rare inflammatory disorder affecting parenchymal and leptomeningeal arteries and veins. CASE REPORT Establishing diagnosis on the basis of neuroimaging only is difficult, as it can mimic a brain tumor. Thus,(More)
BACKGROUND To describe cerebellar abnormalities in a family composed by a father and two affected sibs with Adams Oliver syndrome (AOS) (OMIM 100300). MATERIAL/METHODS Brain MRI and MR angiography were performed at 1.5T. RESULTS The siblings presented cerebellar cortex dysplasia characterized by the presence of cysts. CONCLUSIONS Abnormalities of CNS(More)
A remote vaginal metastasis from a colo-rectal carcinoma is extremely rare. Only few cases have been described in the literature. The radiological appearances of a vaginal metastasis from colon-rectal cancer have not been extensively investigated. We report the MRI findings with clinical and pathological correlations of a remote and isolated vaginal(More)
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