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Diagnostic pitfalls in cervical pathology at child
Cervical pathology in children involves many similar clinical disease expression. The authors present two cases of non-cancer cervical damage in children, which raised problems of the diagnosis and treatment. In conclusion, early and correct diagnosis in cervical pathology in children requires sexclusion of many pathological entities with common local clinical aspects, with therapeutic and prognostic impact.
Key words: child, Bartonella henselae infection, venous vascular malformation