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A rare case of intradural chordoma is described. The literature contains seven examples of intradural extraosseous chordoma, all reported in a ventral location. This is the first reported case of a primary intradural chordoma distant from the clivus and involving both the supra- and infratentorial compartments.
Evidence indicates that after vascular occlusion, infusion of angiotensin II restores blood supply to ischemic tissues by stimulating the development of collateral circulation through a mechanism independent of the mechanical effects of increased blood pressure. To test this effect in focal cerebral ischemia, angiotensin II was intravenously administered… (More)