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Case 7682

Neuroglial Cyst

Author(s)
Patel A, Ablett M.
 
Patient
male, 72 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    Non-enhanced CT brain
     

    Axial non-enhanced CT brain. The right posterior parietal lobe haemorrhage is partially seen. Well circumscribed hypodense left frontal lobe abnormality demonstrated, with no sign of surrounding gliosis or evidence of...

     

    Saggital mulitplanar reconstruction of non-enhanced CT brain. The hypodense abnormality is clearly demonstrated.

     
     
     
  • Figure 2
    Contrast enhanced CT brain

    Post contrast axial CT of brain shows no enhancement within the wall or substance of the abnormality.

     
     
     
  • Figure 3
    Pre-contrast MRI brain
     

    Axial pre-contrast T1W image of the brain. The hypo-intense abnormality within the left frontal lobe is clearly demonstrated, with no apparent communication with the ventricular system. Hyperintense lesion within...

     

    Axial T2W image shows hyperintense character of the lesion; signal intensity similar to that of CSF. Note also the peri-haemorrhagic oedema.

     

    Saggital T2W image of the lesion. The lesion indents on the frontal horn of the left lateral ventricle, but there is no communication evident between the two.

     
     
     
  • Figure 4
    Post contrast MRI brain.

    Axial T1W, post-contrast image of the brain. There is no contrast enhancemnt of the lesion.

     
     
     
Axial non-enhanced CT brain. The right posterior parietal lobe haemorrhage is partially seen. Well circumscribed hypodense left frontal lobe abnormality demonstrated, with no sign of surrounding gliosis or evidence of ventricular communication.
 
Saggital mulitplanar reconstruction of non-enhanced CT brain. The hypodense abnormality is clearly demonstrated.
 
Post contrast axial CT of brain shows no enhancement within the wall or substance of the abnormality.
 
Axial pre-contrast T1W image of the brain. The hypo-intense abnormality within the left frontal lobe is clearly demonstrated, with no apparent communication with the ventricular system. Hyperintense lesion within right posterior parietal lobe representing haemorrhage.
 
Axial T2W image shows hyperintense character of the lesion; signal intensity similar to that of CSF. Note also the peri-haemorrhagic oedema.
 
Saggital T2W image of the lesion. The lesion indents on the frontal horn of the left lateral ventricle, but there is no communication evident between the two.
 
Axial T1W, post-contrast image of the brain. There is no contrast enhancemnt of the lesion.
 
 
 
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