William E. Hunt
✓ The author reports 12 cases of Tolosa-Hunt syndrome, a benign steroid-resistant cryptogenic granuloma that presents as painful ophthalmoplegia. This syndrome is differentiated from other causes of painful ophthalmoplegia including tumors, aneurysms, collagen disease, specific infections, mucoceles, and benign granulomas of unknown etiology. These other conditions should be excluded by appropriate tests. Surgical exploration is not necessary if there is a prompt remission on steroid therapy.
Diagnosis and Treatment
William E. Hunt and William T. Luckey
William E. Hunt and William C. Baird
William E. Hunt and Robert M. Hess
Timir Banerjee and William E. Hunt
✓ A case of spinal cord sarcoidosis simulating an intramedullary tumor is presented. Surgical intervention increased the neurological deficit which was subsequently decreased by steroid therapy. The common complications are discussed and the need for extensive physical therapy emphasized.