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Neurosarcoidosis presenting as a large dural mass lesion
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    Neurosarcoidosis: Diagnosis towards Clinical Insight
    • Wisam AK Yassin, Orthopaedic Surgeon and Resaercher
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      • Atif AB, Naghem FA, Nordin S

    Dear Sir, We have read your impressive article "Neurosarcoidosis presenting as a large dural mass lesion" published in BMJ Case report on 8 November 2016. I have read about neurosarcoidosis thoroughly because of my previous exposure with few patients who were recovered as per diagnosis and prognosis.

    First, your esteem has mentioned that the biopsy confirmed the diagnosis while the diagnosis of sarcoidosis depe...

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