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The use of craniotomy to approach supratentorial lesions is quite well established in the literature. The use of craniotomy for posterior fossa approaches, however, is not well described. The aim of this article is to describe the technical aspects of this approach and to delineate the important landmarks. In our cases, posterior fossa craniotomies have(More)
Roots of Syagrus oleracea were collected in two growing areas in the municipality of Rio Verde, state of Goiás (Brazil). Morphological, morphometric and molecular (ITS1 sequences) approaches allowed us to identify the infecting nematode as Pratylenchus brachyurus. To our knowledge, this is the first record of P. brachyurus parasitizing guariroba elsewhere(More)
Choroidal folds is considered the most prevalent funduscopic finding in cases of orbital tumors. They are ripples in the retinal pigment epithelium, Bruch's membrane, the inner portion of the choriocapillaris and in some cases, may affect the neurosensory retina, and then called chorioretinal folds. Several ocular and systemic conditions are associated with(More)
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