Management of hypertrophied dural lesions: Is surgery a better option?

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It is often difficult to definitively diagnose dural lesions with hypertrophy as they exhibit nonspecific imaging findings and clinical symptoms. Most cases require histopathological evaluation with surgical intervention (such as biopsy). However, complications related to surgical interventions remain as matter of concern. Herein, we analyzed and verified… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.jns.2017.08.3268

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@article{Ogiwara2017ManagementOH, title={Management of hypertrophied dural lesions: Is surgery a better option?}, author={Toshihiro Ogiwara and Alhusain Nagm and Yoshiki Hanaoka and Akihiro Nishikawa and Tetsuya Goto and Tetsuyoshi Horiuchi and Kazuhiro Hongo}, journal={Journal of the neurological sciences}, year={2017}, volume={381}, pages={245-249} }