Haemorrhage in the wall of a brain abscess is rare and may falsely suggest a neoplasm on MRI. We describe two cases of haemorrhage in the wall of a brain abscess and discuss the role of in vivo proton MRS in the diagnosis and management.
BACKGROUND Dental fear, anxiety and phobia have consistently been reported as widespread problems that persist despite the technological advances that have made dentistry less painful and less uncomfortable. The aim of this study was to assess the prevalence of dental anxiety (DA) and its relation to age and sex among Coastal Andhra (Visakhapatnam)… (More)
Balloon test occlusion of internal carotid artery has been frequently used in preoperative evaluation of patients with carotid aneurysms, fistulas and skull based neoplasms in whom arterial sacrifice is planned or considered as a possible part of therapy. We present our experience of the test in 28 patients. The test was positive in four and negative in… (More)