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In the past few years, non-Hodgkin's lymphomas have been paid increasing attention to because of their recently increasing frequency. We reviewed the MR images of 17 patients with histologically proved primary CNS lymphoma, all of them immunocompetent at diagnosis. We studied the site, number and shape of the lesions, the presence and grade of edema and(More)
Subcoracoid impingement syndrome pain is elicited by some positions of the upper limbs, i.e., adduction and inward rotation, whenever coracohumeral space reduces. Although acquired or congenital malformations of the humeral head and/or coracoid apophysis are the most common causes of painful syndromes, repeated flections and inward rotations of the upper(More)
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