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Patient, 37-years old, female, admitted to Department of Neurology, with intensive lower back pain and weakness of right lower extremity. Radiological evaluation showed developmental anomalies of spinal cord and vertebral column, with double spinal cord Th10-S1. The mechanism of described clinical symptoms is due to affixed spinal cord syndrome. According(More)
BACKGROUND Thanks to the development of computed tomography (CT) scanners and computer software, accurate coronary artery segmentation can be achieved with minimum user interaction. However, the question remains whether we can use these segmented images for reliable diagnosis. PURPOSE To retrospectively evaluate the diagnostic accuracy of coronary CT(More)
The authors present a case of extensive symmetric intracerebral "calcification" in a patient with pseudohypoparathyroidism. Disproportion between extensive intracranial concrements in visual examination and poor symptomatology are discussed as well.
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