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Ochalski Pawel G - - 2010
Angiomatoid fibrous histiocytoma (AFH) is a rare soft-tissue neoplasm that most commonly appears in the limbs, typically affecting children and young adults. The tumor has a propensity for local recurrence and recurrent hemorrhage but rarely for remote metastasis. To date, only 2 reports have documented an intracranial occurrence of the ...
Bozbuga Mustafa - - 2010
Lhermitte-Duclos disease (LDD) is a pathologic entity with progrediating, diffuse hypertrophy chiefly of the stratum granulosum of the cerebellum. Typically LDD is a unilateral lesion of the cerebellum or in vermis. Here we report a case of LDD with bilateral lesions of cerebellar hemispheres managed surgically. A 28-year-old woman presented ...
Valentinis L - - 2010
Between January 2007 and March 2008, we prospectively studied all patients operated on for intracranial tumours in our Department of Neurosurgery. Preoperatively, all patients were interviewed by a neurologist to collect headache characteristics. Measurements of tumour and oedema volume were made using dedicated software for magnetic resonance imaging studies. Tumour ...
Parmar Hemant - - 2010
Amyloidomas are benign tumorlike lesions consisting of localized deposits of amyloid and are the rarest form in the group of amyloidosis-related lesions. Diagnosis requires special stains; therefore, a high degree of suspicion for this disease is required. In this review, we describe the imaging features of amyloidomas involving the intracranial ...
Kano Tomoaki - - 2010
A 64-year-old female presented with rapid onset of left ophthalmoplegia and truncal ataxia, after experiencing diplopia due to left abducens nerve palsy for a year. She had undergone surgery twice for left trigeminal neuralgia caused by a large intracranial epidermoid cyst at the age of 48 and 52 years. The ...
Abdel Hafez A A R - - 2010
We report the case of a 73-year-old male who presented with a chronic subdural hematoma that compressed the frontal lobe, an area known to be active in detrusor control, and caused contralateral hemiparesis and urgency incontinence. Urodynamically, he had a small bladder capacity and high amplitude overactive detrusor contractions with ...
Das Prasenjit - - 2010
Intracranial hemangiopericytomas are rare tumors with aggressive behavior. Other than the meninges, this lesion has rarely been reported in periventricular and sellar region. We report a case of malignant hemangiopericytoma in sellar region in a 47-year-old male who presented with history of sudden onset of bilateral visual disturbances. To best ...
Yonezawa Hajime - - 2010
A previously healthy 31-year-old Japanese man presented with a very rare germinoma of the corpus callosum without other intracranial lesions manifesting as transitory speech disturbance. Magnetic resonance (MR) imaging revealed a heterogeneously enhanced mass in the corpus callosum extending into the cavity of the septum pellucidum. A tumor specimen obtained ...
Zheng Kai - - 2010
A 32-year-old, right-handed man presented with chronic headache persisting for the past 5 years. On admission, neurological examination revealed mild papilledema and bitemporal defects of the visual fields. Computed tomography showed a hypodense lesion in the suprasellar region. Magnetic resonance imaging revealed a 2.2 x 2.4 x 2.5-cm heterogeneously hyperintense ...
Rajput Dinesh K - - 2010
Bithalamic gliomas are extremely rare tumors of central nervous system. Although they are usually benign in nature, their outcome is poor because of the involvement of thalamic nuclei and inadequate surgical excision. Surgery is usually done to get tissue for diagnosis. Role of radiotherapy and chemotherapy is questionable. They are ...
Uro-Coste E - - 2010
Desmoplastic infantile astrocytoma (DIA) and desmoplastic infantile ganglioglioma (DIG) are rare intracranial tumors that mostly occur in the first 2 years of life and involve superficial cerebral cortex. Despite the large size of these lesions and some worrisome histological and radiological features, prognosis is generally favorable after gross total resection. ...
Umredkar Alok - - 2009
Giant parenchymal cysticercosis is a relatively rare condition and surgical treatment may be required when it is associated with elevated intracranial pressure. We report two patients with giant parenchymal cysticercosis who were treated surgically for the elevated intracranial pressure. In both the patients the preoperative diagnosis was of a cystic ...
Habesoglu T E - - 2009
Chronic otitis media is a potentially serious disease because of its complications, most of which are common in conjunction with cholesteatomas. There is variance in the terminology used by neurosurgeons, otorhinolaryngologists and neuropathologists. Synonyms for cholesteatoma found in the literature include epidermoid tumor, epidermoid cysts and epithelial inclusion cyst. Intracranial ...
Mahindu A J M - - 2009
We present a 3.5-year-old male infant who had been treated at 3 weeks of age with a ventriculoperitoneal (VP) shunt for intraventricular haemorrhage with resultant hydrocephalus. Since his initial treatment he had normal developmental milestones. On this occasion he presented with difficulty in walking, vomiting and irritability. His mother was ...
Bulters D O - - 2010
Intracranial chordomas are locally infiltrative tumours that usually present with deficits of the cranial nerves. Because of their location in the skull base they are difficult to cure and pose complex problems in management. We report an unusual case of a chordoma that presented as a swelling of the medial ...
Lobão Carlos Augusto Ferreira - - 2009
Treatment of intracranial tumoral lesions is related to its correct histological diagnostic. We present a retrospective analysis of 32 patients submitted to 36 cerebral biopsies using neuronavigation and 44 patients using frame-based stereotaxy. Mean age was 46.6 and 49.3 years old respectively. Sex distribution in both groups was 50% for ...
Russo Natale - - 2009
Rosai-Dorfman disease is a common benign lymphomatous disorder that involves the lymph nodes and other solid organs. Neurological involvement is rare, and an isolated intracranial Rosai-Dorfman lesion even rarer. Whether isolated intracranial Rosai-Dorfman lesions should be defined as Rosai-Dorfman disease or intradural histiocytosis remains debatable. Although these intracranial masses may ...
Klopp Lisa S - - 2009
CASE DESCRIPTION- 2 dogs and 1 cat underwent endoscopic-assisted intracranial procedures for lesion biopsy (1 dog and 1 cat) and definitive lesion removal (1 dog). CLINICAL FINDINGS- 1 cat was treated for an interhemispheric, pedunculated meningioma with an associated arachnoid cyst. Two dogs underwent endoscopic surgery procedures; 1 dog underwent ...
Kleydman Yekaterina - - 2009
The risk of invasion and destruction of cranium, underlying dura, and cranial nerves by basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is extremely low, with an estimated incidence of 0.03%. Intracranial BCC invasion by direct extension is rare, and orbital spread from a nasal lesion has not been reported in the literature. We ...
Arnaout Omar M - - 2009
Arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) of the posterior fossa are complex neurovascular lesions that are less common than their supratentorial counterparts, accounting for < 15% of all AVMs. The majority of patients with these lesions present with intracranial hemorrhage, a factor that has been consistently shown to increase one's risk for subsequent ...
Massimi Luca - - 2009
Scalp masses are not infrequently encountered in daily clinical practice. They are represented by a wide spectrum of different clinical entities and are usually managed by an excision or by simple observation. Although it happens rarely, head lumps may hide an underlying cranioencephalic malformation that has to be preoperatively diagnosed ...
Maruya Jun - - 2009
A primary intracranial germinoma that involves the midbrain is rare. We describe an unusual case of primary cystic germinoma originating from the midbrain. A 29-year-old man presented with diplopia, and his MRI showed a cystic, ring-like enhanced lesion in the thalamo-mesencephalic junction. Open biopsy was performed and the diagnosis of ...
Jacobs Julia J Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital, McGill University, Montreal, Québec, Canada. - - 2009
High frequency oscillations (HFOs) called ripples (80-250 Hz) and fast ripples (FR, 250-500 Hz) can be recorded from intracerebral EEG macroelectrodes in patients with intractable epilepsy. HFOs occur predominantly in the seizure onset zone (SOZ) but their relationship to the underlying pathology is unknown. It was the aim of this ...
Vesper Jan - - 2009
Stereotactic radiosurgery is related to the history of "radiotherapy" and "stereotactic neurosurgery". The concepts for neurosurgeons and radiooncologists have been changed during the last decade and have also transformed neurosurgery. The gamma knife and the stereotactically modified linear accelerator (LINAC) are radiosurgical equipments to treat predetermined intracranial targets through the ...
Jabot Geraldine - - 2009
Intracranial lipomas are rare congenital malformations which are neither hematomas nor true neoplasms. They result from the abnormal persistence and maldifferentiation of the meninx primitiva. The majority of such lesions occur near the midline. Around 55% of intracranial lipomas are associated with brain malformations of varying severity. Although they are ...
Srivastava Anil - - 2009
Psychiatric diagnosis is invariably guided by self-report. When such self-report is questioned, reliance on formalized testing predominates. The situation is less certain, however, when such methods and clinical "feel", or intuition, conflict. While many argue for the supremacy of actuarial methods, fields such as Management have increasingly emphasized the importance ...
Chitre Prachi S - - 2009
Tuberculosis is common in India, but the co-occurrence of intracranial and intramedullary tuberculomas as a manifestation of central nervous system tuberculosis is extremely rare in children. We report a case of concurrent intracranial and lumbar intramedullary tuberculomas in a 6-year-old girl. The child developed the intracranial and intramedullary tuberculomas while ...
Wrzosek M - - 2009
A comatose 30-month-old, entire male boxer was presented because of an acute history of a cluster of three to four seizures. Neurological examination suggested a diffuse to multifocal intracranial lesion. Magnetic resonance tomography revealed symmetrical multifocal to diffuse changes of the cerebral grey matter and ependymal lining with sediment in ...
Orakcioglu B - - 2008
BACKGROUND: Intracranial dermoid cysts are uncommon, and their clinical features as well as surgical management differ from patient to patient. Dermoids are generally benign lesions, but may cause spontaneous complications such as meningitis and/or hydrocephalus due to rupture and epileptic seizures depending on their location. Little has been reported about ...
Koshy Santosh - - 2008
Juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibroma (JNA) is a rare vascular neoplasm occurring almost exclusively in adolescent males. Although benign, it is often locally aggressive and can erode into surrounding tissues and structures resulting in significant morbidity and mortality. In 20% of cases, there is intracranial extension. In this paper, we report on ...
Jimenez-Vazquez O H - - 2008
Neuroendoscopy has never been used for diagnosis-making and removal of large parenchymal viable parasites associated with severe mass effect. Satisfactory and complication-free removal of the parenchymal cysticerci was achieved after neuroendoscopical diagnosis in a patient with parenchymal parasites, with immediate remission of clinical alterations related to raised intracranial pressure.
Sonoda Yukihiko - - 2008
OBJECT: Intracranial germ cell tumors (GCTs) originating in the basal ganglia are rare. The authors investigated factors related to the diagnosis of these lesions as well as outcome in order to help decrease the time to diagnosis and improve treatment efficacy. METHODS: The authors reviewed the clinical features of 142 ...
Daglioglu Ergun - - 2009
BACKGROUND: Association of leukoencephalopathy with calcifications and cysts is extremely rare. It should be differentiated from FD or bilateral striopallidodentate calcinosis and astrocytoma. Yet, there are many other clinical syndromes featuring bilateral symmetric cerebral calcifications. Neuroradiologic and histopathologic findings are more helpful than clinical picture in differentiating these 3 entities ...
Daenekindt Thomas - - 2008
The authors describe the case of a patient with an intracranial capillary hemangioma, and they review the recent literature on intracranial capillary hemangiomas with special attention to their differential diagnosis and management. The only sign in this 7-week-old boy was head enlargement. There were no neurological deficits, and imaging revealed ...
Cerase Alfonso - - 2008
INTRODUCTION: The purpose of this pictorial essay is to increase awareness of the clinical presentation, neuroradiological findings, treatment options, and neuroradiological follow-up of plasmacytomas and multiple myeloma with intracranial growth. METHODS: This pictorial essay reviews the clinical features and neuroradiological findings in seven patients (four women, three men; age range ...
Negrin A - - 2008
This case report describes the presence of Angiostrongylus vasorum larvae in cerebrospinal fluid in an 11-month-old pug dog and the relative magnetic resonance images compatible with a focal meningitis. Clinical signs were compatible with a cerebellar lesion, and diagnosis was confirmed by parasitological analysis on faecal and endotracheal lavage samples. ...
Bergin Ingrid L - - 2008
BACKGROUND: A focal hypointense intracranial lesion was detected by magnetic resonance imaging in the right caudal occipital lobe of the cerebrum in an asymptomatic cynomolgus macaque (Macaca fascicularis). RESULTS: Following euthanasia, gross evaluation of the lesion revealed a 1 cm diameter, wedge-shaped intracranial cavitation without apparent communication with the ventricles. ...
Prasad Kishore Chandra - - 2008
Sphenoethmoidal mucoceles are rare tumors. They gradually expand in size and rarely produce bony destruction of sinus walls, leading to orbital, ocular, and intracranial involvement. We present a rare case of sphenoethmoidal mucocele with bone destruction and intracranial extension, who presented with nasal blockade and loss of visual acuity. Computed ...
Benveniste Ronald J - - 2008
We report a 65 year old man who presented with left hemiparesis, and was found to have multiple, discrete, peripherally enhancing, hemorrhagic intra-axial masses in the right hemisphere of the brain. Workup for malignancy elsewhere in the body was negative, and biopsy confirmed glioblastoma multiforme. The patient responded clinically to ...
Joo Won-Il - - 2008
Spontaneous intracranial hypotension (SIH) is an uncommon clinical entity that is often diagnosed after a delay, or it is misdiagnosed due to the variety of clinical presentations and the associated radiological findings. We present here a case of SIH associated with chronic subdural haematoma (SDH) and subarachnoid haemorrhage. Following the ...
Guode Zhai - - 2008
Primary intracranial angiosarcomas are rare. Only a few cases have been reported in the literature. All cases reported were located in the supratentorial areas. To our knowledge, no cerebellopontine (CP) angle angiosarcoma has been reported. We report a 16-year-old girl who had mild headache, right-sided tinnitus and amblyacousia of 1-year's ...
Zahl Sverre Morten - - 2008
OBJECTIVE: The aim of the present study was to investigate the importance of routine head circumference measurements in the detection of intracranial expansive conditions, because only fragmented evidence exists in favor of this routine. METHODS: The study was a nationwide study based on the medical records of all Norwegian departments ...
Adeolu A A - - 2008
BACKGROUND: Bilateral visual loss following chronically raised intracranial pressure is not uncommon especially in developing countries. However, this calls for concern when the cause of the raised intracranial pressure is neglected pyogenic cerebral abscess. CASE SUMMARY: A sixteen year old male student presented to our unit with eight months history ...
Friedman Deborah I - - 2008
Pseudotumor cerebri (PTC) is characterized by intracranial hypertension without ventriculomegaly, in the absence of a mass lesion or meningeal process. When there is no secondary cause, it is termed 'idiopathic intracranial hypertension'. Headache is the most common symptom of PTC, present in over 90% of patients. The headache is often ...
White J Bradley - - 2008
OBJECT: Spontaneous intracerebral hemorrhage is an uncommon but recognized initial presenting sign of both primary and metastatic brain tumors. The rate of tumor-related intracranial hemorrhage is variably reported from <1 to 14.6%. Hemorrhage in primary gliomas occurs in 3.7-7.2% of gliomas, mainly in glioblastoma muliforme and oligodendroglioma with low-grade astrocytomas ...
Yang B - - 2008
We report on the rare disease of posterior fossa abscesses secondary to dermal sinus associated with dermoid cyst in 4 pediatric cases seen over a 15-year of period. All children had a small dimple or a pinhole on the skin of the occipital region. On admission they had the signs ...
Schroeder Henry W S - - 2008
This article describes a new multipurpose ventriculoscope that combines the advantages of several neuroendoscopic systems that are already available and provides some new features. This system can be used for all intracranial endoscopic procedures, such as endoscopic third ventriculostomy, septum fenestration, foraminoplasty, aqueductoplasty, stenting, cyst fenestrations, intraventricular tumor biopsy or ...
Coca Santiago - - 2008
Castleman's disease is an uncommon lymphoproliferative disorder characterized by lymph node enlargement, hyperplasia of lymphoid follicles surrounded by mature lymphocytes, and capillary proliferation with endothelial hyperplasia. Although intracranial location is very uncommon, it should be considered in the differential diagnosis of meningeal tumors. We describe a new case appearing as ...
Arndt Susan - - 2008
ABSTRACT: Meningioma, craniopharyngeoma and glioma are mainly intracranial lesions. Nevertheless, in rare cases these entities may occur solely as extracranial lesions that may present as intranasal/sinusoidal masses, with headaches and nasal obstruction. We present three cases of common intracranial tumors, with purely extracranial extension. The three described cases demonstrate, that ...
Hassan Shahid - - 2008
Chordoma is a rare malignant tumour with an incidence of metastasis of less than 10 percent. Usually arising from clivus its posterior extension may involve the brainstem before presenting as nasal mass and obstruction. Surgery is the main mode of treatment with adjuvant radiotherapy. However surgery is rarely possible for ...
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