R P Schefter

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Cervical lymphangioma is rare among adults. Thirty-two patients with cervical lymphangioma were treated at the Mayo Clinic between 1950 and 1982. The records of these patients were reviewed to investigate the clinical and pathologic behavior of this lesion in persons more than 16 years of age. The lesions were seen in all decades of adult life and equally(More)
The vestibulocochlear nerve was studied histologically in cross section from the brain stem to the lateral fundus of the internal within the posterior cranial fossa. The cochlear fibers were denser and darker than the vestibular. This difference created double staining of the eighth cranial nerve in the posterior cranial fossa. At the porus acusticus, the(More)
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