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Aneurysmal bone cyst of the spine
Four cases of aneurysmal bone cysts of the spine are described. Problems of nomenclature, pathogenesis, and treatment are discussed with reference to the literature. Complete excision is theExpand
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Tuberculous meningitis--a CT study.
This study comprises 60 cases of tuberculous meningitis including both adults and children. Only three cases showed a normal scan. Severe hydrocephalus was present in 87.09% children and only 12.09%Expand
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Haemorrhage into pituitary adenomas.
Seventy cases of pituitary adenoma were analysed for evidence of haemorrhage. It was present in 18 cases. These are classified into four groups, acute, acute on chronic, chronic, and late sequelae ofExpand
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Cauda Equina Syndrome Due To Lumbar Disc Prolapse
Judging from the reported literature cauda equina compression secondary to lumbar disc prolapse is a rare entity. Not more than hundred such cases appear to have been reported since 1929 when DandyExpand
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Cranio-cerebral erosion (growing fracture of the skull in children)
SummaryThis paper is based on a study of sixty cases of cranio-cerebral erosion treated in the Department of Neurosurgery. All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi during the last 20 years.Expand
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Further observations on infantile tremor syndrome.
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Head injury mortality in two centers with different emergency medical services and intensive care.
The authors report data collected prospectively on 551 cases of head injury in New Delhi, India, and 822 cases in Charlottesville, Virginia. The mortality rate, adjusted for initial severity ofExpand
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Seizures with Onset in the Sensorimotor Face Area: Clinical Patterns and Results of Surgical Treatment in 20 Patients
Summary: It is not generally appreciated that intractable seizures involving the face area are amenable to surgical treatment. Twenty patients with onset of sensorimotor seizures in the face area ofExpand
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Auditory function in raised intracranial pressure.
A study of auditory functions was made in 25 cases of raised intracranial tension. It was noted that an average loss of 30 dB could occur due to raised intracranial pressure and that this improvesExpand
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Collet-Sicard syndrome resulting from closed head injury: case report.
A 67-year-old man developed paralysis of the right ninth, tenth, eleventh, and twelfth cranial nerves (Collet-Sicard syndrome) after sustaining a closed head injury. Plain x-ray films of the skullExpand
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