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May 29, 1964: Münchener Medizinische Wochenschrift
V Beslagić, F Dalagija, I Cerić, M Softić, A Mornjaković
Medical findings of 210 patients with bronchogenic cancer in the four years period of time were elaborated retrospectively. Bone metastases were found with 27 (13.8%) patients. Diagnostic radiologic procedure were plain radiography and CT. The frequency, the localization and the distribution of bone metastases depending on pathohistological diagnosis were presented. The bone metastases were the most frequent (27 patients or 13.8%) compared to metastases of abdomen (23 patients or 10.9%) and brain (20 patients or 9...
1995: Medicinski Arhiv
M Roth
Analysis of neuro-cranio-spinal development suggests a cranio-cervical growth conflict as the cause of the Arnold-Chiari malformation and of basilar impression. The ascending course and elongation of the upper cervical nerves associated with the Arnold-Chiari malformation reflects the abnormal, caudo-cranially proceeding growth of the cervical spine. This is the opposite of the normal cranio-caudal direction of growth (which includes the brain) with downward slanting of the cervical nerve roots. The cervical growth reversal is a compensatory event related to the impairment of distal spinal growth at the level of the coexistent myelomeningocele...
1986: Neuroradiology
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