Case of Pineal Cyst

@article{Sevitt1947CaseOP,
  title={Case of Pineal Cyst},
  author={S. Sevitt and J. Schorstein},
  journal={British Medical Journal},
  year={1947},
  volume={2},
  pages={482 - 490}
}
severe frontal headache and nausea. She stayed in bed all that day and returned to duty on the following morning. During the next four weeks the frontal headache increased in severity and frequency. During September she had another attack, very similar to the first, but this time it lasted three to four hours and was followed by vomiting. From then on attacks of "pins and needles" and numbness in the right arm lasting a few minutes became frequent. A few days before her admission to this… Expand
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