Toshiyuki Inoue

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A vertebral hemangioma with dural compression and neurological deficit is rare. We report a symptomatic lumbar vertebral hemangioma which was successfully managed with total spondylectomy. The patient was a 31-year-old man whose chief complaint was low back pain. He had a slight sensory disturbance in the right thigh. Plain radiography and magnetic(More)
Cervical vertebral involvement of clear cell meningioma is very rare. We report a case of clear cell meningioma in the cervical vertebral body in a 72-year old male. Seven years prior to this presentation, the patient underwent palliative surgery and posterior instrumentation for a cervical vertebral tumor at C5, which had been diagnosed as a metastatic(More)
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