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  • StatPearls: Neuroanatomy, Superior Petrosal Sinus [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Koh Matthew M West Virginia University Boo SoHyun SH West Virginia University BOOK
  • The superior petrosal sinus is a part of the dural venous sinus system that drains venous blood and cerebrospinal fluid circulating within the cranial cavity. The dural venous sinus system empties into the internal jugular vein and further flows into the cardiovascular circulation via the superior vena cava. Specifically, the superior petrosal sinus receives blood from the cavernous sinus and sup…
  • Spinal cord compression secondary to traumatic intradural arachnoid cyst. [Journal Article]
    Neurocirugia (Astur) 2019Jiménez Zapata HD, Utiel Monsálvez E, … Rodríguez Arias CA
  • Spinal arachnoid cysts are rare entities, most of which have a congenital or spontaneous etiology. Secondary cases are infrequent and can constitute a cause of neurological deterioration several months or years after spinal trauma. We present the case of a male patient with traumatic spinal arachnoid cyst, together with a review of the cases published to date. Finally, we explain the different su…
  • [Two cases of leptospirosis with involvement of the central nervous system]. [Journal Article]
    Ugeskr Laeger 2019; 181(41)Moestrup KS, Barfod TS, Holmgaard DB
  • A 26-year-old woman developed fever, myalgias and headaches two weeks after having been scratched by a rat, which she kept as a pet. She had limited renal involvement and marginal pleocytosis in the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). A 51-year-old man had just returned from a holiday with water sports activities and was admitted with fever, severe headaches, neck pain, myalgias and signs of acute renal f…
  • Recurrent post-partum rhombencephalitis associated with anti-centromere antibody: a case report. [Journal Article]
    BMC Neurol 2019; 19(1):235Jin A, Mamelona J, … Marrero A
  • CONCLUSIONS: To the author's knowledge, this is the first report of a primary autoimmune RE during postpartum period that is associated with ACA. Immunologic causes should be considered early with any encephalitis. Given the risk of recurrence, relapse, and neurologic deterioration, regular monitoring is recommended, especially for female patients of child-bearing age. Consistent with the current literature on autoimmune RE, steroid seems to be an effective treatment for ACA-associated RE.
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