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Journal of Korean Neurosurgical Society 1979;8(2): 361-368.
A Dumb-bell Ganglioneuroma in the Neck of a Child.
Jeong Wha Chu, Sung Hak Kim, Ki Chan Lee, Hoon Kap Lee
Department of Neurosurgery, College of Medicine, Korea University, Seoul, Korea.
Authors report a rare case of dumb-bell ganglioneuroma in the neck of a four-year-old child. The mass was in the left anterior neck and grew slowly over several years. Neurological deficits. Cervical spine X-rays showed an enlargement of intervertebral foramens and widening of interpedicular distances at lower cervical level. The surgery was performed at different stages for a total removal of the intra and extraspinal masses.
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