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Abstract After surveying the different phases of their previous experience with the diagnosis and management of traumatic cerebral mass lesions, the authors analyze the correlation between clinical, computed tomographic (CT), and intracranial pressure (ICP) data in 29 patients with traumatic...
Abstract Cerebral edema is usually a complication of the later growth stages of intracranial neoplasms. Three patients with small meningiomas presented with unusually severe cerebral edema out of proportion to the size of tumors. All three tumors exhibited benign meningothelial components, the...
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