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Case 2886

Cavernous sinus syndrome as the initial manifestation of diffused Burkitt lymphoma

Author(s)
Kailidou E*, Katsiva V**, Τziarou K**, Athanassopoulou A*, Tibishrani M*
 
Patient
female, 17 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    CT coronal images showing a sellar and parasellar mass
     

    CT, coronal image, soft tissue window. A CT scan showing a tumour mass in the sellar and the parasellar regions bilaterally, mainly on the right side, extending into the subtemporal fossa.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: CT coronal images showing a cellar and parasellar mass;

    CT, coronal image, bone window. A CT scan showing a tumour mass in the sellar and the parasellar regions bilaterally, mainly on the right side, extending into the subtemporal fossa.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: CT coronal images showing a cellar and parasellar mass;
     
     
  • Figure 2
    CT axial images showing a sellar and parasellar mass
     

    CT, axial image, soft tissue window. A CT scan showing a tumour mass in the sellar and the parasellar regions bilaterally, mainly on the right side, extending into the subtemporal fossa.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: CT axial images showing a cellar and parasellar mass;

    CT, axial image, soft tissue window. A CT scan showing a tumour mass in the sellar and the parasellar regions, extending into the subtemporal fossa.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: CT axial images showing a cellar and parasellar mass;

    CT, axial image, soft tissue window. A CT scan showing a tumour mass in the sellar and parasellar regions, extending into the subtemporal fossa. The involvement of the right maxillary sinus is seen. A smaller soft...

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: CT axial images showing a cellar and parasellar mass;

    CT, axial image, soft tissue window. A CT scan showing a tumour mass in the sellar and parasellar regions, extending into the subtemporal fossa.The right and the left maxillary sinus involvement is seen.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: CT axial images showing a cellar and parasellar mass;
     
     
  • Figure 3
    MRI coronal images showing a sellar and parasellar mass

    MRI, T1-weighted coronal image, showing an infiltrating mass in the sellar and the parasellar region, extending through the oval foramen, into the right parapharyngeal space.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: MRI coronal images showing a cellar and parasellar mass;
     
     
CT, coronal image, soft tissue window. A CT scan showing a tumour mass in the sellar and the parasellar regions bilaterally, mainly on the right side, extending into the subtemporal fossa.
 
CT, coronal image, bone window. A CT scan showing a tumour mass in the sellar and the parasellar regions bilaterally, mainly on the right side, extending into the subtemporal fossa.
 
CT, axial image, soft tissue window. A CT scan showing a tumour mass in the sellar and the parasellar regions bilaterally, mainly on the right side, extending into the subtemporal fossa.
 
CT, axial image, soft tissue window. A CT scan showing a tumour mass in the sellar and the parasellar regions, extending into the subtemporal fossa.
 
CT, axial image, soft tissue window. A CT scan showing a tumour mass in the sellar and parasellar regions, extending into the subtemporal fossa. The involvement of the right maxillary sinus is seen. A smaller soft tissue mass lesion is seen at the left maxillary sinus.
 
CT, axial image, soft tissue window. A CT scan showing a tumour mass in the sellar and parasellar regions, extending into the subtemporal fossa.The right and the left maxillary sinus involvement is seen.
 
MRI, T1-weighted coronal image, showing an infiltrating mass in the sellar and the parasellar region, extending through the oval foramen, into the right parapharyngeal space.
 
 
 
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