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Case of Pineal Cyst
severe frontal headache and nausea. She stayed in bed all that day and returned to duty on the following morning. During the next four weeks the frontal headache increased in severity and frequency.Expand
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EROSION OF THE ALA NASI FOLLOWING TRIGEMINAL DENERVATION
It is the purpose of the present paper to draw attention for the first time to a clinical syndrome observed in a series of eight patients in whom anasthesia of the skin supplied by one trigeminalExpand
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Primary skull closure with acrylic plates.
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FATAL INTRACRANIAL VENOUS HÆMATOMA FOLLOWING VENTRICULAR DRAINAGE*
  • J. Schorstein
  • Medicine
  • Journal of neurology and psychiatry
  • 1 July 1942
A FATAL complication occurring in the course of a routine procedure must needs be placed on record, and although the title of the present communication contains the gist of the story, the fullExpand
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INTRASPINAL EPIDERMOID TUMOURS IN THE LUMBAR REGION OF CHILDREN
Six children who complained of pain and stiffness in the back had been treated with lumbar punctures between six and ten years before they came under observation. They were found to have intrathecalExpand
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Injuries of the trigeminal nerve, its ganglion and its divisions
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Intracranial haematoma in missile wounds.
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