Occipital neuralgia secondary to exuberant callus formation. Case report.

Abstract

The authors report the case of a 78-year-old woman suffering from right occipital neuralgia in whom computerized tomography and magnetic resonance images demonstrated an irregular bone mass in the C-2 vertebral body. This "bone tumor" happened to be an exuberant callus formation that arose as a result of a previous axis body fracture. The patient's… (More)

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