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Neurofibrosarcoma of the vagus nerve
  1. P. A. Corris


    A patient whose symptoms of cough and intermittent hoarseness were due to a neurofibrosarcoma of the vagus nerve is described. Attention is drawn to the rarity of the tumour and a short review of the pathology and treatment of neurofibrosarcoma is discussed.

    • neurofibrosarcoma
    • vagus nerve
    • neurofibromatosis

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