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Intracranial (osteo)chondroma

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ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Intracranial (osteo)chondroma

History: This 14 year old boy had a 1 1/2 year history of headaches that progressed to daily headaches. He also developed weakness in his right arm and leg and was having frequent falls. He was seen at a university hospital after developing focal seizures involving the right upper extremity.

Findings: Radiologic studies disclosed a large left frontal lobe tumor with focal calcifications.

Ddx: <li>astrocytoma <li>oligodendroglioma <li>metastasis

Exam: Physical examination disclosed normally reactive pupils and full range of extraocular movements. His disc margins were not sharp. His visual fields were grossly intact. The remainder of the cranial nerves were grossly intact. He had decreased perception of pin prick and touch on the right side.

No MeSH data available.


Histologically, the tumor was composed predominantly of hyaline cartilage with a smaller component of mature bone.
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Intracranial (osteo)chondroma

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Histologically, the tumor was composed predominantly of hyaline cartilage with a smaller component of mature bone.
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MPX1831_synpic16299: Histologically, the tumor was composed predominantly of hyaline cartilage with a smaller component of mature bone.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Intracranial (osteo)chondroma

History: This 14 year old boy had a 1 1/2 year history of headaches that progressed to daily headaches. He also developed weakness in his right arm and leg and was having frequent falls. He was seen at a university hospital after developing focal seizures involving the right upper extremity.

Findings: Radiologic studies disclosed a large left frontal lobe tumor with focal calcifications.

Ddx: <li>astrocytoma <li>oligodendroglioma <li>metastasis

Exam: Physical examination disclosed normally reactive pupils and full range of extraocular movements. His disc margins were not sharp. His visual fields were grossly intact. The remainder of the cranial nerves were grossly intact. He had decreased perception of pin prick and touch on the right side.

No MeSH data available.