Physician assistant respondents frequently selected sputum cytology as their first diagnostic test, despite their estimate of its low sensitivity for central lesions
Adipose tissue is also frequently present, especially in central lesions
Because NF1 often has central lesions
and NF2 can occasionally have peripheral manifestations, the terms central and peripheral have been discarded.
They typically develop in the shoulder, pelvic girdles, and proximal long bones, and they typically occur as central lesions
within the intramedullary cavity.
The caloric nystagmus occurred in a dysrhythmic pattern, which is associated with central lesions