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Giant cell tumors (GCTs) are rare bone tumors that account for ~5% of all primary bone tumors. When GCTs occur in the spine, patients usually present with localized pain and neurological symptoms, such as radiating pain or hyper-esthesia. In the current report, an unusual case of a GCT of the thoracic spine associated with hydrocephalus is described. A(More)
A correlative and regression analysis of the serum and erythrocyte lithium level (SLL and ELL) were investigated on 135 times in 31 patients with lithium therapy. It was found that the levels of both were positively-correlated with statistical significance (r = 0.8174). The levels of both and their ratio in relation to clinical manifestation were studied.(More)
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