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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Simultaneous traumatic carotid-cavernous fistulas(TCCFs) and traumatic cerebral aneurysms (TCAs) of the internal carotid artery (ICA) are rare. We describe the pitfalls of detecting a TCA before TCCF occlusion and the endovascular management of the TCA and TCCF. METHODS:...
Summary: We report a case of recurrent paradoxical brain embolism mediated through a small pulmonary arteriovenous malformation (PAVM) with a 1.8-mm-diameter feeding artery. In this case, the further recurrent stroke was prevented successfully by PAVM embolization. Although embolization therapy...
Summary: Gorham disease is a rare condition characterized by intraosseous neoplastic proliferation of hemangiomatous tissue with progressive, massive osteolysis. We present a pathologically proved case of Gorham disease that involved the left parietal bone in a 23-year-old man. Imaging studies...
Summary: A 7-year-old West African male patient presented with recurrence of multiple cervical lymphadenopathy. Cervical node biopsy disclosed a sinus histiocytosis with massive lymphadenopathy (Rosai-Dorfman-Destombes disease). During follow-up, the patient developed a left orbital mass...
Summary: We present a case of eclampsia complicated by alexia without agraphia. To our knowledge, this syndrome has never before been described in the literature.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Intracranial hemorrhage in term neonates often results from asphyxia, obvious birth trauma, blood dyscrasia, or vascular malformation but may occur without an obvious inciting event. In this study, we review the clinical and neuroimaging features of healthy term neonates...
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Cervical radiculopathy is a common entity that can become unremitting, seriously disrupting the patient’s work and social activities. The purpose of our study was to evaluate the feasibility, tolerance, and efficacy of transforaminal periganglionic steroid infiltration...
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Increased T2 relaxation times in the ipsilateral hippocampus are present in patients with hippocampal sclerosis. Visual assessment of T2-weighted images of these patients suggests increased signal intensity in the anterior temporal lobe as well. Our aim was to assess...
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