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Ependymoma

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Affiliation: Brooke Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Ependymoma

History: A 32 year-old male presented to his primary care provider with unremitting neck pain. He denied any history of trauma. The patient was unresponsive to conservative therapy and plain-film radiographic evaluation was negative. Patient was subsequently referred for a cervical spine MR for further evaluation.

Findings: MRI of the cervical spine and with subsequent CE brain MR demonstrate a lobulated mass within the posterior fossa. The lesion appears to originate in the fourth ventricle and is centered on the midline. The tumor is isointense to gray matter on T1 and mixed iso/hypointense on T2 weighted images. There are scant areas of T1&T2 hypodensity seen which are representative of calcifications or flow voids. There is scattered enhancement with contrast administration.

Ddx: Ependymoma Choroid Plexus Tumor PNET Metastasis

Dxhow: Surgically confirmed.

Exam: Diffuse posterior neck pain w/o any focal tenderness on exam. Patient was neurologically intact.

No MeSH data available.


Sagittal T1WI of the cervical spine demonstrates a multilobulated mass in the inferior aspect of the fourth ventricle. The lesion is isointense to gray matter.
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Ependymoma

Banks KB - MedPix

Sagittal T1WI of the cervical spine demonstrates a multilobulated mass in the inferior aspect of the fourth ventricle. The lesion is isointense to gray matter.
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MPX1420_synpic19078: Sagittal T1WI of the cervical spine demonstrates a multilobulated mass in the inferior aspect of the fourth ventricle. The lesion is isointense to gray matter.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Brooke Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Ependymoma

History: A 32 year-old male presented to his primary care provider with unremitting neck pain. He denied any history of trauma. The patient was unresponsive to conservative therapy and plain-film radiographic evaluation was negative. Patient was subsequently referred for a cervical spine MR for further evaluation.

Findings: MRI of the cervical spine and with subsequent CE brain MR demonstrate a lobulated mass within the posterior fossa. The lesion appears to originate in the fourth ventricle and is centered on the midline. The tumor is isointense to gray matter on T1 and mixed iso/hypointense on T2 weighted images. There are scant areas of T1&T2 hypodensity seen which are representative of calcifications or flow voids. There is scattered enhancement with contrast administration.

Ddx: Ependymoma Choroid Plexus Tumor PNET Metastasis

Dxhow: Surgically confirmed.

Exam: Diffuse posterior neck pain w/o any focal tenderness on exam. Patient was neurologically intact.

No MeSH data available.