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Indications for Intervertebral Disk Surgery
There are four indications for intervertebral disk surgery: Continue reading “Indications for Intervertebral Disk Surgery”
Diagnostic Criteria for Neurocysticercosis
· Histologic demonstration of the parasite from biopsy of a brain or spinal cord lesion
· Cystic lesions showing the scolex on CT or MRI
· Direct visualization of subretinal parasites by fundoscopic examination
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