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Clement Olukayode Aransiola and Arinola Ipadeola

case of Paget's disease was seen in a busy radiology department of a large teaching hospital in Nigeria (2) . The fact that the incidence and the severity of Paget's disease is decreasing in some countries which were hitherto hotbeds of PDB also makes

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Mara Ventura, Leonor Gomes, Joana Rosmaninho-Salgado, Luísa Barros, Isabel Paiva, Miguel Melo, Diana Oliveira, and Francisco Carrilho

I Waszak SM Zazhytska M Roberts-Caldeira I Gheldof N , et al . Chromosomal contacts connect loci associated with autism, BMI and head circumference phenotypes . Molecular Psychiatry 2017 22 836 – 849 . ( https://doi.org/10.1038/mp.2016

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Anne de Bray, Zaki K Hassan-Smith, Jamal Dirie, Edward Littleton, Swarupsinh Chavda, John Ayuk, Paul Sanghera, and Niki Karavitaki

and erosion of the left sphenoid wing’. CT of head disclosed a ‘middle fossa tumour occupying the tentorial hiatus and medial edge of the tentorium’. He was then transferred to the neurosurgical ward where it was decided to undergo craniotomy for

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Niki Margari and Simon Page

, there was no focal neurological deficit, but marked neck stiffness was elicited. Investigation Raised inflammatory markers and clinical presentation prompted an urgent computed tomography head scan on the day of admission that revealed a

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Omayma Elshafie, Yahya Al Badaai, Khalifa Alwahaibi, Asim Qureshi, Samir Hussein, Faisal Al Azzri, Ali Almamari, and Nicholas Woodhouse

head and neck showing a large vascular tumor sized 5.6×5 cm extending from the base of skull to C3 and terminating just above the carotid bifurcation. (b) 111 In-Octreotide scan showing a catecholamine-secreting carotid body paraganglioma

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Jonathan Brown and Luqman Sardar

presentation was transient right arm weakness, right facial droop and slurred speech which lasted for 15 minutes before completely resolving. She was referred by her GP to the stroke clinic where, following a normal computed tomography (CT) scan of her head and

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Jerena Manoharan, Caroline L Lopez, Karl Hackmann, Max B Albers, Anika Pehl, Peter H Kann, Emily P Slater, Evelin Schröck, and Detlef K Bartsch

associated with a large germline deletion of the MEN1 gene. To the best of our knowledge, this is the fourth report of a SI-NEN in a MEN1 patient. Currently, SI-NENs are not considered to be a part of the phenotype of the MEN1-syndrome. In our patient the SI

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Sachiko-Tsukamoto Kawashima, Takeshi Usui, Yohei Ueda, Maiko-Kakita Kobayashi, Mika Tsuiki, Kanako Tanase-Nakao, Kazutaka Nanba, Tetsuya Tagami, Mitsuhide Naruse, Yoshiki Watanabe, Ryo Asato, Sumiko Kato, and Akira Shimatsu

calcium-to-creatinine ratio was 0.51, and fractional excretion of calcium was 2.59%. These findings were compatible with primary hyperparathyroidism. A large and vertically long cystic mass located from the upper end of the left thyroid lobe to the

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Ramez Ibrahim, Atul Kalhan, Alistair Lammie, Christine Kotonya, Ravindra Nannapanenni, and Aled Rees

. Preoperative computed tomography (CT) of the head confirmed a large, heavily calcified tumour in the pituitary fossa reaching the chiasmatic cistern. The tumour extended underneath the inferior medial aspects of both frontal lobes and anteriorly above the

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F Serra, S Duarte, S Abreu, C Marques, J Cassis, and M Saraiva

), diarrhoea (intestinal vasoactive peptide) and acromegaly (growth hormone) (1) . Paragangliomas occur most commonly at the carotid bifurcation in the head and neck where they are referred to as carotid body tumours. Other common sites of origin include the