Keiichiro Torigoe

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Background Stereotactic radiosurgery plays a critical role in the treatment of central nervous system neoplasm and cerebrovascular malformations. This procedure is purportedly less invasive, but problems occurring later including tumor formation, necrosis, and vasculopathy-related diseases have been reported. Clinical Presentation We report on a 65-year-old(More)
Hemangiopericytoma develops from many organs. In the central nervous system, most tumors arise in the intracranial portion, and tumors originating from the spinal cord are rare. Its clinical course and neurological characteristics have not been disclosed. We present a case of a 51-year-old woman with gradually progressing paraparesis. Magnetic resonance(More)
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