Alveolar Ethmoidal Rhabdomyosarcoma in a Young Adult Male

A very well written case, which would be of interest to many specialties, with a clear discussion and relevant references. It may be useful for readers to highlight that rhabdomyosarcoma is most common in the paediatric population and thereby making the  presentation of this type of tumour in this case more unusual. Also mention of the reasoning behind […]

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An Unusual Posterior Fossa Tumour in a Young Child

The authors describe the case of a 23-month old child with a posterior fossa tumour, which was removed and turned out to be a choroid plexus papilloma. As they state, choroid plexus papilloma is encountered commonly in the first two years of life, but very rarely in the posterior fossa. It is more common in […]

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Chiari malformation and central sleep apnoea: successful therapy with adaptive pressure support servo-ventilation following surgical treatment

This is a well written manuscript. The case is of interest to general physicians and highlights an important associations. The therapy described is of innovative nature and allows the reader to be familiarized with this novel mode of therapy. The case also discusses important, to general physicians, Chiari malformation. In my opinion this is a […]

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