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Oligodendroglioma

Smith ABS - MedPix (2005)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Oligodendroglioma

History: 45 year old male with history of persistent headaches.

Findings: Post operative noncontrasr CT of the head demonstrates a large mass with ill defined borders that involves the posterior temporal lobe. Chunky calcifications are present. MRI reveals vasogenic edema in the region of the lesion.

Ddx: Differential diagnosis of temporal lobe lesions: >ganglioglioma >astrocytoma >oligodendroglioma

Dxhow: Pathology

No MeSH data available.


High power image of pathology specimen demonstrates the classic "fried egg" appearance of an oligodendroglioma.  The cells have well defined walls with clear cytoplasm and prominent nuclei.
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MPX1270_synpic20876: High power image of pathology specimen demonstrates the classic "fried egg" appearance of an oligodendroglioma. The cells have well defined walls with clear cytoplasm and prominent nuclei.


Oligodendroglioma

Smith ABS - MedPix (2005)

High power image of pathology specimen demonstrates the classic "fried egg" appearance of an oligodendroglioma.  The cells have well defined walls with clear cytoplasm and prominent nuclei.
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MPX1270_synpic20876: High power image of pathology specimen demonstrates the classic "fried egg" appearance of an oligodendroglioma. The cells have well defined walls with clear cytoplasm and prominent nuclei.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Oligodendroglioma

History: 45 year old male with history of persistent headaches.

Findings: Post operative noncontrasr CT of the head demonstrates a large mass with ill defined borders that involves the posterior temporal lobe. Chunky calcifications are present. MRI reveals vasogenic edema in the region of the lesion.

Ddx: Differential diagnosis of temporal lobe lesions: >ganglioglioma >astrocytoma >oligodendroglioma

Dxhow: Pathology

No MeSH data available.