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Spinal Meningiomas

  • Arnaldo Pansini
  • Fulvio Lo Re
  • Piero Conti
  • Renato Conti
  • Enrico Montali
  • Giovanni De Luca

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages II-VIII
  2. Arnaldo Pansini, Fulvio Lo Re, Piero Conti, Renato Conti, Enrico Montali, Giovanni De Luca
    Pages 1-2
  3. A. Pansini, P. Conti
    Pages 3-5
  4. E. Montali
    Pages 7-8
  5. P. Conti
    Pages 15-22
  6. A. Pansini, F. Lo Re, P. Conti, R. Conti
    Pages 23-67
  7. G. De Luca
    Pages 69-81
  8. A. Pansini, P. Conti, R. Conti, F. Lo Re
    Pages 83-145
  9. A. Pansini
    Pages 147-191
  10. Arnaldo Pansini, Fulvio Lo Re, Piero Conti, Renato Conti, Enrico Montali, Giovanni De Luca
    Pages 193-221
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 223-242

About this book

Introduction

Since Harvey Cushing's extensive study on brain meningiomas no similar study has been conducted on spinal cord meningiomas. The high scientific value of this book is based on the careful elaboration of data from patients affected by spinal meningiomas who have been examined and operated on over the last 33 years (1962-1995) at the Neurosurgical School of the University of Florence, Italy. The main focus of this study was on the anatomic and clinical relationship that enabled early diagnosis of spinal meningiomas. More over this book emphasizes the interaction between neurology and neuroradiology in the form of "dynamic neurology". Myeloradiculographic findings are described together with those using more recent techniques such as CT and MRI.

Keywords

Meningioma Rückenmarkchirurgie Rückenmarktumor Spinal Cord Tumor Spinal Surgery computed tomography (CT) diagnosis neurology radiology

Authors and affiliations

  • Arnaldo Pansini
    • 1
  • Fulvio Lo Re
    • 2
  • Piero Conti
    • 2
  • Renato Conti
    • 2
  • Enrico Montali
    • 3
  • Giovanni De Luca
    • 2
  1. 1.University School of Medicine of FlorenceItaly
  2. 2.Department of Neurological and Psychiatric Sciences, Department of NeurosurgeryUniversity School of Medicine of FlorenceItaly
  3. 3.Department of Clinical PathophysiologyUniversity School of Medicine of FlorenceItaly

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