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Cauda Equina Paraganglioma with Ependymoma-Like Histology: A Case Report
(TURKISH NEUROSURGICAL SOC, 2012)
Paraganglioma affecting the cauda equina region is very rare and can be misinterpreted as an ependymoma which is more common at this site. A 38-year-old woman with a paraganglioma in the cauda equina is presented. MRI ...
Extrinsic allergic alveolitis as an uncommon diagnostic pitfall in lung cytology
House paints, the industrial products of toxic chemicals are known to be linked with severe respiratory disturbances especially in inadequately ventilated places. In this study, we aimed to report a biopsy-proven case of ...
Palpable lesions as a diagnostic tool in patients with thoracic pathology
Palpable lesion(s) noticed in a patient with thoracic disease may be a useful diagnostic tool and it often gives a clue for further management. In this study, we searched the diagnostic value of palpable lesions in patients ...