A) CT scan showing a bony expansive mass with ill defined margins and core of cystic area, B) intraoperative picture showing wide local excision of the mass. There is no dural infiltration, C) hematoxylin and Eosin stain showing scattered bony canaliculi with fibrous matrix in between and absence of osteoblast surrounding the rim of each canaliculi suggestive of fibrous dysplasia.

Table of Contents
July 2009 Volume 6 Number 2
Review Articles
Immunohistochemistry: A Review of Practical Procedure
Prabin Shrestha, MD, PhD
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A Review on Neurophysiologic and Immunobiochemical Aspects of Tick Paralysis
Tirth Raj Ghimire, M.Sc, Ph.D
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Original Articles
Sequel of Ring Enhanced Lesion on Computerized Tomographic Scans of Brain of Patients Presenting with Seizure
Rabindra Shrestha, MD
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Neuro View Box
A Bony Expansive Mass
Yam B. Roka, MS, MCh
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Case Reports
Laughter – A Manifestation of Seizure: A Case Report and Review
Dhana Ratna Shakya, MD
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Clipping of Posterior Inferior Cerebellar Artery (PICA) Aneurysm by Far Lateral Approach � A Case Report
Khandaker A Talha, MBBS, MS
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Acute Epidural Hematoma after Evacuation of Chronic Subdural Hematoma: A Case Report
Yam B Roka, MS, MCh
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A Case of Primary Calvarial Meningioma, A Relatively Rare Histological Subtype
Khandaker A Talha, MBBS, MS
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