2003, Number 4
Acta Ortop Mex 2003; 17 (4)
Olivares CJL, Sandoval V, Benavides D, Cabrera VV, Cabrera VJI, Reyes M
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ABSTRACTThis study reports a case of a female patient being 67 years old, suffering from occipital migraine, as well as cervical pain with a two-year evolution. The patient received several treatments, without any kind of improvement. One year and eight months after the beginning of the treatment, a progressive left hemiparesis joined the other problems. Laboratory studies were performed and it was diagnosed an intradural meningioma in C1-C2. The patient was subjected to a surgical treatment; the symptoms remitted and she recovered the neurological deficit.