Valerio Bernasconi

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Tumours of the fifth cranial nerve are very rare, comprising only 0.2% of all intracranial neoplasms. The authors critically review the literature, and report on 12 personal cases of trigeminal tumours (nine neurinomas, one meningioma, one epidermoid, one osteochondroma). General pathology, symptoms, and signs are analyzed, and compared with cases from the(More)
A pneumoencephalographic study to localize the position of Monro's foramen in the skull cavity is reported. This has to be done by evaluating the place of Monro's foramen in both vertical and horizontal plane. A method to perform more accurate ultrasonic examinations is described.
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