Marcelo Parra

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We describe the rare case of a 71-year-old man with a chest mass that was found to be an intrathoracic gossypiboma left 52 years earlier during an emergency lung bilobectomy. This mass was complicated by extension across the chest wall. There are no reports in the literature of a patient carrying a thoracic gossypiboma for such a long period of time, let(More)
Intracranial aneurysm in the pediatric population is very rare; the prevalence has been reported from 0.5% to 4.6% [1–3]. This pathology is completely different from aneurysms in adults: gender predominance; location of aneurysm; incidence of spontaneous thrombosis; incidence of giant, dissecting, and fusiform aneurysm; and rate of subarachnoid hemorrhage,(More)
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