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Giant-cell tumour in the cervical spine: a case report

A forty-six-year-old man presented with a two-month history of increasing neck pain of insidious onset. He received treatment from his family doctor and chiropractor consisting of analgesics and manipulation respectively, both of which did not offer relief. The patient presented to University Hospital where plain radiographs and CT showed a pathological fracture of the C4

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Ossification of the posterior longitudinal ligament: a case report

Ossification of the posterior lingitudinal ligament (OPLL) has recently been recognized as a clinical entity. It is a rare condition, having a higher incidence in the Japanese population. It is characterized by hyperplasia of cartilage cells with eventual endochondral ossification of the posterior longitudinal ligament. The radiographic signs are characteristic and consist of a linear

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Pyogenic vertrebral osteomyelitis: a case report

A seventy-four year old man presented with a one-year history of low back pain and a long history of osteoarthrosis of both hips. Four months prior to presentation, he developed septicemia following a biopsy for suspected prostatic carcinoma. He seemed to have recovered well from the septicemia, but radiographs of the lumbar spine strongly suggested

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Nerve-root Schwannomas mimicking intervertebral disc hernitations: a report of two cases

Two cases of spinal nerve-root Schwannomas, initially diagnosed as intervertebral disc herniations, are presented. Both were surgically excised after being located using myelography and CT scans. A review of the literature, with emphasis on the differntial diagnosis of Schwannoma from herniated intervertebral disc, is included. . (JCCA 1989; 33(3):135-141) Key Words: Schwannoma, back pain, diagnosis,

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Slipped capital femoral epiphysis: a report of two cases

Two cases of slipped capital femoral epiphysis are presented. Both were eventually treated by pinning in situ, after going undiagnosed for some time. The clinical presentation, radiographic findings, and proposed pathogenesis of this disorder are reviewed.. (JCCA 1989; 33(3):130-134) Key Words: hip joint, hip pathology, slipped capital femoral epiphysis, chiropractic, manipulation Deux cas d’épiphysiolyse sont

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