A propos d'un traumatisme du lobe frontal: Absence de symptomes cerebelleux et Ascesso cerebellare d'origine naso-faringea (sindrome di Collet-Sicard). Síndrome de collet-sicard e odontologia: relato de caso As síndromes de Vernet, Collet-Sicard e Villaret são pouco frequentes que acometem os espaços por. Jugular Foramen Syndromes: Vernet, Collet-Sicard, Villarett. 9, 10, Vernet. IC (intracranial). 9, 10, 11, Collett-Sicard. EC (extracranial) Missing: de | Must include: de.
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The suspected diagnosis was glomus jugulare tumour sindrome de collet sicard jugular foramen neurinoma. We requested a neurosurgical evaluation in order to determine the best treatment approach. Given the patient's advanced age, surgical resection was ruled out.
Since we opted for treatment with stereotactic radiosurgery, no anatomical pathology diagnosis of the sindrome de collet sicard is available. After 5 years of follow-up, CSS has not yet resolved. Now, for the first time in a single volume, this new information has been related to facts derived from older methods of investigation.
Previously unpublished reports of experiments conducted at the Institute of Physiology, University of Pisa, Italy, also are included.
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Male patient with a history of developing traffic accident. Upon arrival at the hospital referred high cervical pain, muffled voice and difficulty swallowing.
Physical examination contact lower cranial nerve paresis. Rx are performed CT cervical spine and skull spinal region.
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Background Collet-Sicard syndrome is caused by lesions at the base of the skull affecting the lower cranial nerves, which produces dysphonia, displacement of the palate, and atony of the trapezius muscle and sternocleidomastoid, as well as anesthesia of the larynx, pharynx and soft palate.
It is associated with various etiologies of tumoral and other origins. The differential diagnosis is important. Among the non-tumoral factors causing Collet-Sicard syndrome, the most common are traumatic events fractures at the base of the skull, aneurisms, and so oninflammatory sindrome de collet sicard osteomyelitis, Paget's disease, and so on or other alterations such as diabetes mellitus or porphyrias [ 1 ].