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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.


Postoperative CT demonstrates a mass lesion containing coarse calcifications in the region of the temporal lobe.  Extraaxial air outlines the frontal lobes.
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MPX1270_synpic21802: Postoperative CT demonstrates a mass lesion containing coarse calcifications in the region of the temporal lobe. Extraaxial air outlines the frontal lobes.


Oligodendroglioma

Smith ABS - MedPix (2005)

Postoperative CT demonstrates a mass lesion containing coarse calcifications in the region of the temporal lobe.  Extraaxial air outlines the frontal lobes.
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MPX1270_synpic21802: Postoperative CT demonstrates a mass lesion containing coarse calcifications in the region of the temporal lobe. Extraaxial air outlines the frontal lobes.

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.