February 2015
Volume 57, Number 2
Solitary Cervical Neurenteric Cyst in an Adolescent Patient. A 15-year-old boy having an intraspinal neurenteric cyst located at cervical spine presented with symptoms of neck pain and both shoulders pain for 2 months. Cervical spine magnetic resonance imaging demonstrated an intradural extramedullary cystic mass at the C1–3 level without enhancement after gadolinium injection. Neurenteric cyst should be considered in the diagnosis of spinal solitary cystic mass.
 
Comparison of the Effects of 13-cis Retinoic Acid and Melatonin on the Viabilities of SH-SY5Y Neuroblastoma Cell Line
M Tosun, Y Soysal, NG Mas, HS Karabekir
Endovascular Treatment of 429 Anterior Communicating Artery
Aneurysms Using Bare-Platinum Coils : Clinical and Radiologic Outcomes at the Long-term Follow-up
JY Lee, JH Seo, YD Cho, HS Kang, MH Han
A Case of Dural Arteriovenous Fistula of Superior Sagittal Sinus after Tamoxifen Treatment for Breast Cancer
SK Hwang
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Primary malignant melanoma is very rare in the pineal region. Computed tomography scan shows a ...
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Traumatic Pseudoaneurysm Arising from the Middle Meningeal Artery. Traumatic pseudoaneurysms o...
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The coexistence of moyamoya disease with an arteriovenous malformation. Incidental AVM diagnose...
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Trigeminal Neuralgia Caused by Persistent Primitive Trigeminal Artery. Ma-gnetic resonance angi...
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Hypertrophic Spinal Pachymeningitis with an Osteolytic Lesion : Computed tomography scan reveal...
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