Sandy Mong

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Although long-term survival after craniopharyngioma treatment is excellent in childhood and early adulthood, sudden deaths in two craniopharyngioma survivors with cardiac findings suggest a need to determine whether treated patients exhibit potential substrates for sudden cardiac death. We present a retrospective review of two index patients with cardiac(More)
External carotid artery (ECA) pseudoaneurysm is a known complication of treatment for head and neck cancer. We report a case of facial artery pseudoaneurysm arising after irradiation and salvage surgery for advanced tonsillar cancer, that was treated with endovascular embolization. The case was complicated by delayed transcutaneous extrusion of embolization(More)
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study is to report 2 rare cases of congenital fallopian canal meningoceles. INTERVENTIONS Magnetic resonance imaging, computed tomography (CT) of the temporal bone, CT-cisternogram, and combined transmastoid approach with middle fossa craniotomy in 2 patients. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Radiologic and operative diagnosis of(More)
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