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  • Facet joint cyst haematoma: a rare cause of cauda equina syndrome. [Journal Article]
    Br J Neurosurg 2019; :1-2Kumaria A, Wood A, … Bateman AH
  • Facet joint cysts are a feature of lumbar spondylosis and are an uncommon cause of radiculopathy. Facet joint cyst haematoma is a very rare entity and has previously been reported as a subacute cause of leg pain, back pain, sensory deficit and lower limb weakness. We present the unique case of facet joint cyst haematoma presenting as cauda equina syndrome. An 81 year old lady presented with a 7 d…
  • The long-term clinical outcomes of microvascular decompression for treatment of trigeminal neuralgia compressed by the vertebra-basilar artery: a case series review. [Journal Article]
    BMC Neurol 2019; 19(1):217Wang X, Wang H, … Xu L
  • CONCLUSIONS: While our success rate of immediate pain relief after surgery was comparable with some reports, the percentage of patients who had pain recurrences was lower, and cases who had permanent facial hypesthesia or developed a gradual hearing loss were fewer after MVD surgery. Our rate of transient complications was higher, and the postoperative pain relief seemed unusually delayed. Our study indicates that MVD is an effective, reliable, and safe neurosurgery for treatment of TN compressed by the VBA albeit our small sample size. Failure of treatment and recurrence of the disease as well as complications could be minimized by preventing displacement of the Teflon implant and extraneous Teflon touching the trigeminal nerves.
  • Subcortical lesions due to cobalamin deficiency: an unusual MRI lesion pattern. [Journal Article]
    Nutr Neurosci 2019; :1-5Kremmyda O, Forbrig R, … Straube A
  • We present a 44-year-old male patient with new onset of right focal epilepsy and bilateral hand hypesthesia. Cerebral MRI showed bilateral T2w/DWI hyperintense subcortical lesions in the cingulate gyrus, insula, and amygdala, whereas spinal MRI revealed a cervical posterior column lesion, corresponding to subacute combined degeneration. Laboratory workup revealed a cobalamin deficiency due to typ…
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