Incidental Thoracic Spinal Angiolipoma in a Young Woman Presenting with Trauma

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Canbek I., VURAL S., AK H.

JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE CASE REPORTS, vol.11, no.3, pp.79-81, 2020 (ESCI) identifier


Introduction: Spinal angiolipoma is a rare clinical entity and usually presents with clinical signs and symptoms of spinal cord compression. It has two types; non-infiltrating and infiltrating. It is more common in females at the ages of 40-50 and at the mid-thoracic levels.