Meliha Gundag

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Symptomatic spontaneous spinal epidural hematoma(SSEH) is an uncommon cause of cord compression that commonly is considered as an indication for emergent surgical decompression. We aimed to investigate a patient with a SSEH that completely resolved clinically and radiographically, without surgical treatment. The patient presented three days after the sudden(More)
Leriche syndrome and lumbar disc herniation have typical clinical findings of their own, although similar findings can form in the lower extremities. Lumbar disc herniation surgery is commonly performed today. With radiological and clinical findings; such as low back and lower limb pain which not heal with medical treatment, motor and sensorial deficit and(More)
Dermoid cysts are uncommon congenital or acquired developmental cystic malformations that were usually seen in the midline of frontal region and the anterior fontanel. Congenital forms develop from the remnants of the epithelium or ectodermal membranous bone growth line. We report here a case of a congenital frontal dermoid cyst that should be considered in(More)
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