Repeated recurrent epidermoid cyst with atypical hyperplasia

  title={Repeated recurrent epidermoid cyst with atypical hyperplasia},
  author={Jialin Li and Ming Qian and Xiaoyi Huang and Li Zhao and Xing-hai Yang and Jianru Xiao},
Rationale: Epidermoid cysts are slow-growing, benign tumor which account for less than 1% of all intraspinal tumors and epidermoid cyst with Atypical Hyperplasia is very rare. Surgical resection is the standard treatment of the tumor, but recurrence is not uncommon after incomplete resection. Inappropriate treatment can lead to repeated recurrent. Here, we reported a case of repeated recurrent epidermoid cyst with atypical hyperplasia treated with radiotherapy after surgery. Presenting concerns… 

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