Akshay Agarwal1* and Utkarsh Mishra2
1Pathologist, Department of Pathology, Arrowhead Services, Navi Mumbai, India
2Physician, Department of Pathology, Arrowhead Services, Navi Mumbai, India
*Corresponding Author: Akshay Agarwal, Pathologist, Department of Pathology, Arrowhead Services, Navi Mumbai, India.
Received: November 06, 2020; Published: December 09, 2020
Lower back pain is an extremely common and rather vague entity with numerous differentials in its list ranging from congenital to non-neoplastic and malignant lesions. Here, we report a rather unusual cause of back pain resulting from congenital and neoplastic etiology. Synspondylism, which is fusion of the thoracic vertebrae and an intradural extramedullary meningioma of suspicious invasive pattern of growth in the same patient is discussed along with a brief review of literature.
Keywords: Vertebral Fusion; Meningioma; Spine
Citation: Akshay Agarwal and Utkarsh Mishra. “Concomitant Synspondylism and Thoracic Spinal Meningioma, An Extremely Unusual Occurrence". Acta Scientific Otolaryngology 3.1 (2021): 20-22.
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