James J. Sell

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 Neoplasms of bone can arise from any of the cellular elements that constitute osseous tissues. Although tumors of vascular origin are not uncommon, the vast majority are benign. A rare malignant vascular tumor – epithelioid hemangioendothelioma of bone – classifically affects young males and produces osteolytic lesions involving the cortex and cancellous(More)
Infections arising from free-living amebae are rare. They generally cause recognizable disease only in chronically ill, debilitated patients who are immune suppressed. Only about 70 cases of granulomatous amebic encephalitis have been reported. We present an unusual case of granulomatous encephalitis in a 35-year-old man. Neurologic examination and(More)
Adrenal cysts are uncommon lesions with only approximately 300 having been reported to date. Histologically, they are heterogeneous in nature with angiomatous endothelial cysts being quite rare. The computed tomography of a woman with a very large cyst of this variety displayed thin walls with a few septations and foci of soft tissue within. The possibility(More)
Cases of unilateral vertebral artery compression associated with thoracic outlet syndrome infrequently result in symptoms and, of those that do, most involve the brain stem. Reports of transient blindness resulting from this condition are even more rare. The authors describe the case of a middle-aged woman who presented with transient blindness when she(More)