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Tibial Nerve Schwannoma: An Unexplained Cause of Lateral Foot Pain – A Rare Case Report and Review

Learning Point of the Article: An unexplained lateral foot pain needs a meticulous examination of the entire length of the tibial nerve which should be confirmed by MRI scan and the excision biopsy remains the gold standard treatment of choice for schwannoma of the peripheral nerve. Case Report | Volume 10 | Issue 9 | JOCR December 2020 | Page  1-6 | Rakesh Kumar, Rajni Ranjan, Madhan Jeyaraman, Sudhir Kumar. DOI:...

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Schwannoma of the Lateral Femoral Cutaneous Nerve, an Unusual Cause of Meralgia Paresthetica: A Case Report

Learning Point of the Article: Although meralgia paresthetica is usually caused by compression of the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve at the level of the inguinal ligament, in rare cases it can occur as a result of a lateral femoral cutaneous nerve tumor (e.g., a schwannoma). Case Report | Volume 10 | Issue 8 | JOCR November 2020 | Page 80-83 | Anastasios P. Makris, Dimitrios Makris. DOI: 10.13107/jocr.2020.v10.i08.1870 Authors:...

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A Rare Case of Intraneural Neurothekeoma of Median Nerve Mimicking Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Learning Points for this Article: Intranural neurothekeoma an uncommon benign soft tissue tumor of the peripheral nerves can present with symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome. Case Report | Volume 7 | Issue 6 | JOCR November – December 2017 | Page 73-75| Ayush Sharma, Prashant Chandrakant Kamble, Vijay Singh. DOI: 10.13107/jocr.2250-0685.956 Authors: Ayush Sharma [1], Prashant Chandrakant Kamble [2], Vijay Singh [1] [1]...

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Schwannoma of the Median Nerve at Mid Forearm Level

What to Learn from this Article? Though peripheral nerve schwannoma is rare and observation of a single patient can add to our understanding of etiology, pathogenesis, natural history and treatment of particularly that rare disease. Case Report | Volume 6 | Issue 2 | JOCR April-June 2016 | Page 66-68| Tarun Dusad, D.S. Meena, Narendra Saini, Yogesh Sharma, Deepak Khurana. DOI: 10.13107/jocr.2250-0685.438. Authors: Tarun...

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