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Lateral thoracic meningocele is an uncommon disorder known to occur with high frequency in patients with neurofibromatosis. We report a case not accompanied by neurofibromatosis and describe the operative technique utilizing a posterolateral extradural approach. A 41-year-old man was referred to our cardiologic clinic for severe anterior chest pain. Plain(More)
Three cases with a pituitary cystic mass that spontaneously disappeared were discussed. Common characteristics of these 3 cases were presence of headache, cystic mass, spontaneous disappearance, and no recurrence. Based on clinical course, MRI findings such as cystic mass with ring enhancement, no calcification, and displacement posteriorly of the normal(More)
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