Published in Medicine and Law Weekly, December 9th, 2005
"The involvement by tumor of intervertebral foramina and the consequent invasion of the spinal space, accompanied or not by neurological symptoms, represent a well-recognized pattern of presentation of neuroblastoma. The main peculiarity of this condition stands in the fact that, in case of its late detection or inadequate treatment, severe, permanent neurological compromise may ensue," scientists writing in the journal Cancer Letters reported.
"Surprisingly enough, remarkable disagreements still exist regarding its optimal treatment and the...
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