|Patient: 17 year old male|
|History: 17 year old male with several year history of severe back and neck pain, who has been followed for a hemangioma of the T11 vertebral body. The most recent MRI indicated that the lesion had grown and the vertebral body had lost a small degree of height.|
ETHANOL INJECTION OF VM OF THE T11 VERTEBRAL BODY - 2/2/2000:
Following the procedure, the right side of the vertebral body was opacified with the alcohol.
SUMMARY: Vascular malformation of the body and pedicle of T11. Technically successful ethanol sclerotherapy.
CT SPINE - 3/2/01:
IMPRESSION: Slight interval depression of the superior endplate of the T11 vertebral body.
|Diagnosis: Vascular malformation involving the right aspect of the T11 vertebral body supplied by two separate branches of the right T11 intercostal artery and the superior branch. Clinical diagnosis is vertabral hemangioma. |
The patient was treated with ethanol embolization/sclerotherapy X2 (11/98 and 02/00) with moderate decrease in back and neck pain.
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Case Number: 7747067Last Updated: 03-15-2007 The reader is fully responsible for confirming the accuracy of this content.
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