Spinal haemangioblastoma associated with syringomyelia and multiple lung lesions.

Abstract

Haemangioblastomas involving the spinal cord are uncommon but by no means unknown. It is well established that haemangioblastomas of the central nervous system are commonly associated with lesions in the retinae and in various abdominal organs. The simultaneous occurrence of similar tumours in the lung is less common and not well recognized. The case of a… (More)

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@article{Iannotti1981SpinalHA, title={Spinal haemangioblastoma associated with syringomyelia and multiple lung lesions.}, author={Fausto Iannotti and Francesco Scaravilli and Lindsay Symon}, journal={Surgical neurology}, year={1981}, volume={16 5}, pages={373-9} }