PMID: 4731330Aug 1, 1973

Ependymal lined paraventricular cerebral cysts; a report of three cases

Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry
D C BouchA F Maloney


Three cases are reported, each with a benign ependymal-lined cyst which produced clinical signs and symptoms simulating cerebrovascular disease or cerebral neoplasm. The pathological features are described and their histogenesis discussed.


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