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Association of oligodendroglioma-like cell proliferation and angiomatous vasculature--coincidence or pathogenetically related lesions?

Tews DS, Bohl JE, Van Lindert E, Ringel K.

Clin Neuropathol. 1998 Mar-Apr;17(2):69-72.

PMID:
9561327
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Oligodendroglioma and cerebral cavernous angioma. Case report.

Chee CP, Johnston R, Doyle D, Macpherson P.

J Neurosurg. 1985 Jan;62(1):145-7.

PMID:
3964848
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Dural cavernous angioma: a preoperative diagnostic challenge.

Rosso D, Lee DH, Ferguson GG, Tailor C, Iskander S, Hammond RR.

Can J Neurol Sci. 2003 Aug;30(3):272-7.

PMID:
12945956
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Cavernous angioma of the corpus callosum mimicking an astrocytic tumor--case report.

Harada S, Niimi M, Murakami K, Nakamura T.

Neurol Med Chir (Tokyo). 2001 Jul;41(7):349-51.

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Cerebral astrocytoma and cavernous angioma: a case report.

Acciarri N, Padovani R, Giulioni M, Roncaroli F.

Br J Neurosurg. 1994;8(5):607-10. Review.

PMID:
7857544
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Association between cavernous angioma and cerebral glioma. Report of two cases and literature review of so-called angiogliomas.

Gazzeri R, De Bonis C, Carotenuto V, Catapano D, d'Angelo V, Galarza M.

Neurocirugia (Astur). 2011 Dec;22(6):562-6.

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Pineal apoplexy due to massive hemorrhage associated with cavernous angioma: case report.

Kobayashi S, Kamagata M, Nakamura M, Nakazato Y, Sasaki T.

Surg Neurol. 2001 Jun;55(6):365-71. Review.

PMID:
11483199
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Intracranial cavernous angioma manifesting as subarachnoid hemorrhage--case report.

Yamamoto M, Fukushima T, Ikeda K, Nagasaka S, Sakamoto S, Oka K, Tomonaga M, Maehara F.

Neurol Med Chir (Tokyo). 1993 Oct;33(10):706-9.

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Fatal giant pediatric intracranial cavernous angioma.

Corapçioğlu F, Akansel G, Gönüllü E, Yildiz K, Etuş V.

Turk J Pediatr. 2006 Jan-Mar;48(1):89-92.

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[A case of cavernous angioma extended from the ventral part of the pons to the midbrain: subtemporal and trans-tentorial approach].

Kumabe T, Suzuki M, Yoshimoto T, Suzuki J.

No Shinkei Geka. 1988 Sep;16(10):1193-7. Japanese.

PMID:
3205361
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Growth, hemorrhage, and regression of multiple intracerebral vasoformative tumors: report of an unusual case.

Honma Y, Fujiwara T, Sasaoka N, Nagao S.

Neurosurgery. 1995 Sep;37(3):526-30.

PMID:
7501122
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Superficially-located oligodendroglioma associated with intratumoral and peritumoral cysts--case report.

Yanaka K, Noguchi S, Tsuboi K, Nose T.

Neurol Med Chir (Tokyo). 2000 Jul;40(7):380-2.

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Cavernous angioma of the cerebellum--case report.

Ishikawa S, Kuwabara S, Fukuma A, Seo H, Andoh S.

Neurol Med Chir (Tokyo). 1989 Jan;29(1):35-9. Review.

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Sylvian subarachnoid and extra-pial cavernous angioma.

Lenzi J, Seferi A, Nardone A, Salvati M, Vreto G, Santoro A, Raco A, Pichierri A, Petrela M.

J Neurosurg Sci. 2005 Dec;49(4):163-6; discussion 166.

PMID:
16374409
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Intracranial extra-axial cavernous (HEM) angiomas: tumors or vascular malformations?

Biondi A, Clemenceau S, Dormont D, Deladoeuille M, Ricciardi GK, Mokhtari K, Sichez JP, Marsault C.

J Neuroradiol. 2002 Jun;29(2):91-104. Review.

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Cavernous angioma in the fourth ventricle.

Yamasaki T, Handa H, Moritake K.

Surg Neurol. 1985 Mar;23(3):249-54.

PMID:
3975806
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Oligodendroglioma and multiple sclerosis. A case report.

de la Lama A, Gómez PA, Boto GR, Lagares A, Ricoy JR, Alén JF, Lobato RD.

Neurocirugia (Astur). 2004 Aug;15(4):378-83. Review.

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