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Journal of Korean Neurosurgical Society 1991;20(8): 699-703.
A Case of Congeital Occipital Dermoid Cyst.
Jung Taek Kwon, Young Baeg Kim, Sung Nam Hwang, Duck Young Choi
Departments of Neurosurgery, Chung-Ang University, Seoul, Korea.
A 18-year-old girl, who presented with painful scalp mass on occipital region, was found in have a congential dermal sinus. At surgery, upon incision of the occipital muscle fascia, pus poket was encountered and it was connected with thickened occipito-cervical dura through the small foramen on midline occiptial bone. The pathogenesis and principles of management are briefly reviewed.
Key Words: Dermoid; Dermal sinus; Posterior fossa
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