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Spinal cord herniation associated with an intradural spinal arachnoid cyst diagnosed by magnetic resonance imaging.
Two rare cases of spinal cord herniation associated with intradural spinal arachnoid cyst are reported. A preoperative magnetic resonance imaging scan demonstrated the presence of spinal cordExpand
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Transsphenoidal-Transtuberculum Sellae Approach for Supradiaphragmatic Tumours: Technical Note
Summary The Classic transsphenoidal approach may not afford sufficient exposure for a supradiaphragmatic tumour adjacent to the pituitary stalk. Various transcranial approaches have been utilized toExpand
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[Intramedullary subependymoma of the cervical spinal cord. Case report].
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Mobile schwannoma of the cauda equina diagnosed by magnetic resonance imaging.
Three cases of a mobile cauda equina schwannoma, preoperatively diagnosed by magnetic resonance imaging, are described. When dealing with tumors of the cauda equina, it is important to carry out aExpand
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Anatomical Variations in the Origin of the Human Ophthalmic Artery with Special Reference to the Cavernous Sinus and Surrounding Meninges
The origin of the human ophthalmic artery (OA) and surrounding structures was investigated in 109 cadavers by three different methods: macroscopic, stereomicroscopic, and histological observations.Expand
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[Thermographic findings of syringomyelia].
Thermographic findings in 10 cases of syringomyelia were reported. 7 cases were associated with Arnold-Chiari malformation and 3 cases with spinal adhesive arachnoiditis. The cases included 3 men andExpand
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[Accessory nerve paralysis due to compression of the fenestrated vertebral artery].
Neurological involvement due to fenestrated vertebral artery has not yet been reported, although fenestration formation by vertebral arteries is not rare. Reported here is one such rare case. In thisExpand
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PET evaluation of spinal cord tumor using 11C-methionine.
A cervical cord tumor was examined with positron emission tomography using L-methyl-[11C]methionine. The radioactive tracer accumulated in the solid parts (but not in the associated cysts) of theExpand
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[Endonasal endoscopic chiasmapexy for secondary empty sella syndrome following fenestration of a Rathke's cleft cyst].
Drainage by fenestration of the cyst wall via the transsphenoidal apporach is the most commonly used treatment for symptomatic Rathke's cleft cyst (RCC). The same procedure is usually adopted forExpand
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