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Recurrence of paraganglioma

Kang PK - MedPix

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Recurrence of paraganglioma

History: Patient with prior history of left paraganglioma at the carotid bifurcation, with recent MR suggestive of recurrence.

Findings: Multiple MR sequences of the neck demonstrate a lobulated mass at the prior surgical site with intermediate T1 signal, high T2 signal, and enhancement. Is this recurrence or changes induced by surgery and/or radiation? Coregistered SPECT/CT images after the administration of In-111-octreotide demonstrates a focus of increased radiotracer uptake at the left neck corresponding to the area in question demonstrated on MR. This is a recurrence of patient's known paraganglioma.

Ddx: Recurrence of paraganglioma Radiation/surgical changes

Exam: N/C

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Multiple MR sequences demonstrate a mass-like area at the left suprahyoid neck known to be the patient's prior surgical site for removal of a paraganglioma, demonstrating intermediate T1 signal, high T2 signal, and enhancement.  Is this recurrence or surgical and/or radiation-induced change?
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Recurrence of paraganglioma

Kang PK - MedPix

Multiple MR sequences demonstrate a mass-like area at the left suprahyoid neck known to be the patient's prior surgical site for removal of a paraganglioma, demonstrating intermediate T1 signal, high T2 signal, and enhancement.  Is this recurrence or surgical and/or radiation-induced change?
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MPX1110_synpic16489: Multiple MR sequences demonstrate a mass-like area at the left suprahyoid neck known to be the patient's prior surgical site for removal of a paraganglioma, demonstrating intermediate T1 signal, high T2 signal, and enhancement. Is this recurrence or surgical and/or radiation-induced change?

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Recurrence of paraganglioma

History: Patient with prior history of left paraganglioma at the carotid bifurcation, with recent MR suggestive of recurrence.

Findings: Multiple MR sequences of the neck demonstrate a lobulated mass at the prior surgical site with intermediate T1 signal, high T2 signal, and enhancement. Is this recurrence or changes induced by surgery and/or radiation? Coregistered SPECT/CT images after the administration of In-111-octreotide demonstrates a focus of increased radiotracer uptake at the left neck corresponding to the area in question demonstrated on MR. This is a recurrence of patient's known paraganglioma.

Ddx: Recurrence of paraganglioma Radiation/surgical changes

Exam: N/C

No MeSH data available.