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Left frontotemporal craniolacunia

skin in the left temporal region . On the CT scan of the skull the lesion of about 14x7 mm seems to invade the temporal bone. The invasion is more of the external table and less of the internal table of the ...

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(Neovascular AMD) COPD CSF leak CT scan (skull) CX POORLY DIFF NEUROENDOCRINE CA Calcaneal bone spurs ... pulmonary function Decreased visual acuity Deep invasion Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) Deep venous thrombosis ...

Multirelapse Squamed Carcinoma of the Skin

Pathology showed squamous cell carcinoma, with perineural invasion, and extension into the orbital muscles. Stereotactic radiotherapy was ... that is widely infiltrative and involves the base of skull. This is clearly an unresectable tumor, and the prior radiotherapy ...

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