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BACKGROUND/OBJECTIVE Few studies have attempted to validate the "lacunar hypothesis." The accuracy of identifying lacunar and other nonlacunar mechanisms of infarction will be increasingly important in evaluating potential stroke treatments. The aim of this study was to determine the value of lacunar syndromes in predicting radiologic lacunes and the value(More)
Peripheral primitive neuroectodermal tumor (pPNET) is a rare and highly malignant undifferentiated tumor, which presents in infants and young adults. pPNETs in the head and neck region are uncommon and have a varying incidence of occurrence. Peripheral PNETs of the maxilla and mandible are particularly rare. At present, only 16 cases of pPNET of the maxilla(More)
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