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Extensive vertebral scalloping in a case of giant cystic spinal schwannoma: more than just a radiological diagnosis

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Dr. Byrne is a consultant for Integra and Stryker. Dr. O'Toole is a Consultant for Federal Drug Administration, Globus Medical, Pioneer Surgical & Nexxt Spine and has received royalties from Globus Medical, Pioneer Surgical.

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Corley, J., Kasliwal, M.K., O’Toole, J.E. et al. Extensive vertebral scalloping in a case of giant cystic spinal schwannoma: more than just a radiological diagnosis. J Neurooncol 120, 219–220 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11060-014-1532-0

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Keywords

  • Vertebral Body
  • Contrast Magnetic Resonance Imaging
  • Lower Extremity Weakness
  • Lumbar Spinal Canal
  • Total Tumor Removal