[Primary pineal embryonal carcinoma occurring in a middle aged man].

Abstract

A case of a primary pineal embryonal carcinoma occurring in a middle aged man is reported. A 42-year-old man suffering from headache and nausea was referred to our department. A neurological examination revealed that he had Parinaud's sign. Head CT and MRI showed a tumor in the pineal region. He was operated on using the occipital trans-tentorial approach… (More)

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