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Between January, 1974, and December, 1976, 123 patients with traumatic quadriplegia were admitted to the California Regional Spinal Cord Injury Care System. The spinal cord injury resulted from gunshot wounds in five, from a stab wound in one, from neck injuries with no bone damage seen on x-ray studies in 10, and from fracture dislocations of the cervical(More)
An 11 year old girl presented with an 8 month history of left temporal headaches with new onset of nausea and vomiting with increased severity of headaches. An MRI scan showed a frontal lobe mass. The tumor was resected and histologic studies demonstrated a central neurocytoma. The clinical, radiologic and pathologic aspects (including immunohistochemistry(More)
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