Rezzan Erguvan-Onal

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A 45-year-old woman presented with an extremely rare metastatic fibrosarcoma of the brain manifesting as persistent headache. She had undergone surgery for a fibrosarcoma of the soft tissue of the thigh 2 months earlier. She had a history of previous surgery and radiotherapy for this tumor. She was somnolent with papilledema and left hemiparesis. Magnetic(More)
Intracranial hydatidosis is mainly a pediatric disease. Surgical evacuation of the mass in toto is the gold standard of therapy. No concise data related to the requirement of diversion procedures after uncomplicated hydatid cyst removal is encountered in the literature. The aim of this report is to focus on this idea and estimate the necessity of a(More)
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