A New Needle-Cannula for Arteriography
Paul F. J. New and Edward Baker
Report of a Case with Recovery
Robert G. Ojemann and Paul F. J. New
Paul F. J. New
✓ A rare case of schwannoma occurring in the parietal lobe of an 8-year-old boy has been described. While the precise origin of such an unusually situated schwannoma remains uncertain, it appears most likely that the origin was from ectopic or perivascular nerve plexus Schwann cells within the parietal lobe.
Report of two cases
Karl W. Swann, Allan H. Ropper, Paul F. J. New and Charles E. Poletti
✓ Two patients with spontaneous spinal subarachnoid hemorrhage are presented to emphasize the clinical and radiological features of this uncommon illness. Both had severe back pain at the onset. One patient had a subdural hematoma that compressed the conus medullaris and cauda equina, and was drained percutaneously; the other had clots in the subarachnoid space. The cerebrospinal fluid showed a polymorphonuclear pleocytosis that simulated septic meningitis. Complete spinal angiography failed to reveal a cause for the hemorrhages.