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Case 2438

Central nervous system tuberculosis: Tuberculoma

Author(s)
Unal A*, Sütlas PN**, Kırbas D**
 
Patient
female, 30 year(s)
 
 
  • Published 04.09.2005
  • DOI 10.1594/EURORAD/CASE.2438
  • Section Neuroradiology
  • Case Type Clinical Cases
  • Difficulty Resident
  • Views 2301
  • Language(s)
  • Figure 1
    Cranial computerized tomography before and after contrast administration
     

    A cranial computerized tomographs showing a right fronto-parietal hypodense lesion with perifocal edema.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Cranial computerized tomography before and after contrast administration;

    A post-contrast cranial computerized tomograph showing a solitary lesion with contrast enhancement.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Cranial computerized tomography before and after contrast administration;
     
     
  • Figure 2
    Post contrast and T2 weighted cranial magnetic resonance imagings of the patient
     

    A post-contrast T1-weighted cranial MRI showing multiple confluent lesions with nodular and ring contrast enhancement.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Post contrast and T2 weighted cranial magnetic resonance imagings of the patient;

    T2-W cranial MRI showing a right fronto-parietal hyperintense lesion with a small hypointensity in the center and coexisting multiple small hyperintense lesions.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Post contrast and T2 weighted cranial magnetic resonance imagings of the patient;
     
     
A cranial computerized tomographs showing a right fronto-parietal hypodense lesion with perifocal edema.
 
A post-contrast cranial computerized tomograph showing a solitary lesion with contrast enhancement.
 
A post-contrast T1-weighted cranial MRI showing multiple confluent lesions with nodular and ring contrast enhancement.
 
T2-W cranial MRI showing a right fronto-parietal hyperintense lesion with a small hypointensity in the center and coexisting multiple small hyperintense lesions.
 
 
 
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