Mira Rakacolli

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Dear Sir, We report, for the first time, the association of an intracranial meningeal melanocytoma and superficial siderosis. Meningeal melanocytoma (MM) is an uncommon pigmented neoplasm that affects the central nervous system (CNS) and develops in the cranial and spinal leptomeninges. It is a member of the group of primary leptomeningeal melanocytic(More)
Methods A door-to-door survey was undertaken in Tirana. The random samples of the local population underwent a structured interview to ascertain some neurological disorders, including headache. The diagnosis was made using standard criteria for epidemiological studies and was confirmed by history, neurological examination and where available, the review of(More)
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