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Rupture of brainstem cyst with clinical benefit after head injury. Case report

, : Rupture of brainstem cyst with clinical benefit after head injury. Case report. Journal of Neurosurgery 106(1 Suppl): 41-43

The authors report an interesting case of the rupture of a brainstem cyst following blunt head trauma. They discuss the case, review reports of similar events, and suggest a possible mechanism by which the cyst could have resolved without surgery.


PMID: 17233311

DOI: 10.3171/ped.2007.106.1.41

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