volume 28, issue 3, P340-346 2013
DOI: 10.3109/02688697.2013.841858
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Abstract: Purely extradural spinal cavernous malformations (ESCMs) are rare, but the number of cases reported seems to be increasing. A 44-year-old woman presented with progressive cervicothoracic back pain, lower limb paraesthesia and hypertonia. MRI showed a well-circumscribed, convex lesion in the T1-4 extradural space causing cord compression and encroaching into the left T2/3 neural foramen. Selective spinal angiography demonstrated a vascular blush at the T2/T3 level corresponding with the mass. A feeding vessel a…

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