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jugular foramen mass (unknown; patient underwent surgery and we are awaiting the results of pathologic evaluation)

Kang PK - MedPix (2005)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: jugular foramen mass (unknown; patient underwent surgery and we are awaiting the results of pathologic evaluation)

History: 26 year-old man, detailed history withheld

Findings: Multiple MR images demonstrate a dumb-bell-shaped mass at the level of the left jugular foramen, fairly isointense to brain on both T1 and T2 weighted images, which demonstrate homogeneous enhancement on T1-weighted images obtained after the IV administration of gadolinium-DTPA contrast material. It has mass effect on the underlying medulla. It also has thickened, enhancing, "dural tail." Non-contrast CT images demonstrate fairly diffuse calcification throughout the mass.

Ddx: meningioma nerve sheath tumor (schwannoma) less likely: paraganglioma metastatic disease lymphoma

Dxhow: surgical resection

Exam: N/C

No MeSH data available.


Multiple MR images demonstrate a dumb-bell-shaped mass at the level of the left jugular foramen, fairly isointense to brain on both T1 and T2 weighted images, which demonstrate homogeneous enhancement on T1-weighted images obtained after the IV administration of gadolinium-DTPA contrast material.  It has mass effect on the underlying medulla.  It also has thickened, enhancing, "dural tail."
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MPX2257_synpic25202: Multiple MR images demonstrate a dumb-bell-shaped mass at the level of the left jugular foramen, fairly isointense to brain on both T1 and T2 weighted images, which demonstrate homogeneous enhancement on T1-weighted images obtained after the IV administration of gadolinium-DTPA contrast material. It has mass effect on the underlying medulla. It also has thickened, enhancing, "dural tail."


jugular foramen mass (unknown; patient underwent surgery and we are awaiting the results of pathologic evaluation)

Kang PK - MedPix (2005)

Multiple MR images demonstrate a dumb-bell-shaped mass at the level of the left jugular foramen, fairly isointense to brain on both T1 and T2 weighted images, which demonstrate homogeneous enhancement on T1-weighted images obtained after the IV administration of gadolinium-DTPA contrast material.  It has mass effect on the underlying medulla.  It also has thickened, enhancing, "dural tail."
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MPX2257_synpic25202: Multiple MR images demonstrate a dumb-bell-shaped mass at the level of the left jugular foramen, fairly isointense to brain on both T1 and T2 weighted images, which demonstrate homogeneous enhancement on T1-weighted images obtained after the IV administration of gadolinium-DTPA contrast material. It has mass effect on the underlying medulla. It also has thickened, enhancing, "dural tail."

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: jugular foramen mass (unknown; patient underwent surgery and we are awaiting the results of pathologic evaluation)

History: 26 year-old man, detailed history withheld

Findings: Multiple MR images demonstrate a dumb-bell-shaped mass at the level of the left jugular foramen, fairly isointense to brain on both T1 and T2 weighted images, which demonstrate homogeneous enhancement on T1-weighted images obtained after the IV administration of gadolinium-DTPA contrast material. It has mass effect on the underlying medulla. It also has thickened, enhancing, "dural tail." Non-contrast CT images demonstrate fairly diffuse calcification throughout the mass.

Ddx: meningioma nerve sheath tumor (schwannoma) less likely: paraganglioma metastatic disease lymphoma

Dxhow: surgical resection

Exam: N/C

No MeSH data available.