Jamie E. Juliano

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Sacral meningoceles are typically asymptomatic. When they are symptomatic, patients commonly present with signs and symptoms of nerve root compression and back pain. The authors report the case of a 10-year-old girl with an intraspinal sacral meningocele who presented initially only with severe right lower quadrant pain. The patient underwent successful(More)
BACKGROUND Multiple gliomas represent approximately 2 to 5% of all high-grade gliomas which are categorized as multifocal or multicentric depending on the timing, location and pattern of spread. We present a patient with bi-hemispheric, noncontiguous, low- and high-grade gliomas proven by biopsy. She underwent surgical excision and radiotherapy, but(More)
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