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Brachial Plexus Schwannoma: Report of 4 cases with Intralesional Enucleation

Published on: 28th December, 2017

OCLC Number/Unique Identifier: 7869137380

Brachial plexus tumours are rare. It comprises of only 5% of all tumours of upper limb [1]. The two most common brachial plexus region tumors are schwannomas and neurofibromas [2-4]. Both are benign and arise from the nerve sheath. XiaotianJia et al., published a large case series of 143 patients with primary brachial plexus tumors in 2016. In his series, there are 119 schwannoma and 12 neurofibromas [3]. Schwannomas are most frequently found in the head and neck region, which comprises 25% of all Schwannomas. There are only about 5% of schwannomas present as brachial plexus tumours [5].
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Kummoona Chondro-Ossous Graft for Reconstruction of the Temporomandibular Joint in Children

Published on: 23rd September, 2017

OCLC Number/Unique Identifier: 7869216865

There are a lot of controversy about the usage of graft for reconstruction of the TMJ, many researchers tried in the past different technique to be applied in the TMJ [1], for restoration of growth and all failed and some of these techniques may be used for one trial without success.
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