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Solitary benign peripheral-nerve tumours are rare and may be difficult to diagnose correctly. Surgical excision may increase the patient's symptoms and may not be necessary. We have reviewed the presentation, clinical findings and histology of 104 solitary tumours presenting at one centre between 1959 and 1990. Male patients predominated for both schwannoma(More)
Patients may present with pathology that is not directly related to their primary complaint. The possibility of the presence of an infecting agent may not be considered and precautions that should be taken may be inappropriately forsaken. A multispecialty study is being undertaken at the University of Zambia to assess the influence of the human(More)
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