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  October-December 2016 | Vol 7 | Issue  4
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Editorial
External syrinx introduction of a new term
Atul Goel
Syringomyelia has been evaluated, researched, and treated for over a century. A number of studies from worldwide have helped to clarify the subject. Despite the publication of several hundred articles...
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Review Article
Anaesthesia management in craniovertebral junctional anomalies
Oswald Mascarenhas
Craniovertebral Junctional (CVJ) anomalies are developmental disorders that affect the skeleton and enclosed neuraxis at the junction of cranium and cervical spine. The high prevalence of airway obstr...
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Review Article
Purely extradural spinal nerve root hemangioblastomas
Murat Hamit Aytar, Ulaş Yener, Murat Sakir Ekşi, Behram Kaya, Serdar Özgen, Aydin Sav, Ahmet Alanay
Spinal nerve root hemangioblastomas present mostly as intradural-extradurally. Purely extradural spinal nerve root hemangioblastoma is a very rare entity. In this study, we aimed to analyze epidemiolo...
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