where to buy female viagra uk Home help feedback subscriptions archive search table of contents quick search:   [advanced] author: keyword(s): year:  vol:  page:  this article abstract full text (pdf) alert me when this article is cited alert me if a correction is posted citation map services email this article to a friend similar articles in this journal similar articles in pubmed alert me to new issues of the journal add to personal folders download to citation manager author home page(s): james h. Mcclenathan permission requests citing articles citing articles via highwire citing articles via google scholar google scholar articles by mcclenathan, j. H. Articles by bloom, r. J. Search for related content pubmed pubmed citation articles by mcclenathan, j. H. Articles by bloom, r. J. Related collections chest wall ann thorac surg 2004;78:713-714 © 2004 the society of thoracic surgeons case report peripheral tumors of the intercostal nerves james h. Mcclenathan, mda * , richard j. Bloom, mda a department of surgery, kaiser permanente medical center, santa clara, california, usa accepted for publication september 4, 2003. * address reprint requests to dr mcclenathan, department of surgery, kaiser permanente medical center, 900 kiely blvd, santa clara, ca 95051-5386, usa e-mail: james. Mcclenathan{at}kp. Org    abstract top abstract introduction comment acknowledgments references   fewer than 10% of primary neural tumors of the chest originate peripherally from intercostal nerves; most neural tumors of the chest arise in the mediastinum. Most patients with primary tumors of the intercostal nerve are asymptomatic. We report a case of neurilemmoma arising from an intercostal nerve in a woman seen for severe pain in the chest wall. Resecting the tumor relieved the pain. Recent medical literature describing peripheral tumors of thoracic nerves is reviewed.    introduction top abstract introduction comment acknowledgments references   primary neural tumors can affect any peripheral nerve—including peripheral branches of cranial nerves—and can be benign, malignant, symptomatic, or asymptomatic. We recently treated a patient with an intrathoracic neurilemmoma that originated from an intercostal nerve. buy viagra online http://nationalityinworldhistory.net/bsh-buying-generic-viagra-ap/ cheap generic viagra cheap generic viagra buy generic viagra generic viagra online buy viagra viagra without a doctor prescription buy viagra online cheap free shipping buy viagra online A 62-year-old woman was admitted to the hospital for removal of a neurilemmoma in the right side of the chest wall after a decade of intermittent sharp discomfort across the right side of the chest wall. The pain had become more severe in the 2 years before the surgical procedure. Preoperative physical examination showed point tenderness above the right seventh rib laterally. Preoperative chest radiography (fig 1) and computed tomography (fig 2) showed a 2-cm tumor located laterally in the right side of the chest. Computed tomography-guided needle biopsy was performed, and results of pathology examination of the aspirate showed cellular neurilemmoma. Video-assisted minithoracotomy showedan extrapleural mass, w.