Charles D.; Hunt
January 2016
Surgical Neurology International;2016 Supplement, Vol. 7, p7
Academic Journal
The article discusses diagnosis and treatment of Tolosa–Hunt syndrome and mentions use of radiopathophysiology, definition of syndrome as a localized intracavernous occult inflammation and cavernous syndromes.


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