Manon Bélair

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A 44-year-old male presented with a 3-week history of clumsiness and numbness of the left hemibody. CT scan and MRI revealed a 2 cm mass in the right hemisphere of the cerebellum. The patient underwent a sub-occipital craniotomy with gross total resection of the intra-parenchymal lesion. On pathology, the lesion was found to be compatible with a mesenchymal(More)
INTRODUCTION DRESS (drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms) syndrome is a severe adverse drug-induced reaction. It manifests with pyrexia, eosinophilia, and lymphadenopathy, with multiple organ involvement, mainly the skin, liver, and kidneys. The purpose of this article is to demonstrate that DRESS syndrome can be associated with cerebral(More)
Background. Acute retropharyngeal tendinitis is a little known but not an uncommon condition. It was first described by Hartley in 1964 as an inflammation of the longus colli muscle secondary to calcium crystals deposition on its insertion. The calcifications are mostly located on the oblique portion of the muscle at the level of C1-C2. Methods. We will(More)
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