Central stridor from an ependymoma

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  • Dr. Gerald Stern

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    1. Department of Neurology, Faculty of Medical Sciences, The Middlesex and University College Hospitals, University College, London, U.K.
    • Department of Neurology, Faculty of Medical Sciences, The Middlesex and University College Hospitals, University College, London WC1, U.K.
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Abstract

Described herein is the case of one patient who presented with manifestations of an acquired obstructive hydrocephalus and hiccups. After shunting, this patient developed paroxysmal laryngeal stridor and other noises refractory to medications. At autopsy he was found to have a calcified ependymoma.

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