Vascular injuries in lumbar disk surgery, although rare, are serious complications which may be overlooked due to a broad range of clinical manifestations. It is important that surgeons and radiologists be aware of these potentially fatal complications and develop an appropriate symptom-based diagnostic paradigm. We reviewed 8099 consecutive cases of lumbar… (More)
After returning from Africa, a 54-year-old man began to have episodes of headache and nausea, then a cerebral convulsion. Clinical and laboratory findings and response to chemotherapy indicated the diagnosis of cerebral schistosomiasis. Three lesions were seen on CT and MR studies: two appeared to be subacute intracerebral hematomas, one in the right… (More)
We present the MRI and CT findings in a 43-year old patient with bilateral orbital pseudotumour due to Ormond's disease.