Clinical presentation and surgical outcomes of an intramedullary C2 spinal cord cavernoma: a case report and review of the relevant literature.

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BACKGROUND The spinal cord intramedullary cavernoma (SCIC) is a rare form of hemangioma that typically behaves as a space-occupying lesion resulting in neurological symptoms, including bladder and bowel dysfunction. To date, there have been few reports characterizing the clinical presentations and surgical outcomes of cavernomas at the C2 spinal level or… (More)
DOI: 10.21037/jss.2016.04.01

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@article{Scherman2016ClinicalPA, title={Clinical presentation and surgical outcomes of an intramedullary C2 spinal cord cavernoma: a case report and review of the relevant literature.}, author={Daniel Brian Scherman and Prashanth Rao and Winny Varikatt and Gordon Dandie}, journal={Journal of spine surgery}, year={2016}, volume={2 2}, pages={139-42} }