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Intracranial fibroma

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ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Intracranial fibroma

History: This 19 year old male had a seizure.

Exam: CT and subsequent MRI disclosed a 6 cm left parietal tumor. At that time he had no weakness, abnormal sensations, or visual disturbances. Biopsy and subsequent resection were performed. Three years later, there was no radiologic evidence of residual or recurrent tumor, and as of four years later, the patient had no further seizures.

No MeSH data available.


MRI showing large lobulated extraaxial lesion with only patchy contrast enhancement
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Intracranial fibroma

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MRI showing large lobulated extraaxial lesion with only patchy contrast enhancement
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MPX2370_synpic16305: MRI showing large lobulated extraaxial lesion with only patchy contrast enhancement

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Intracranial fibroma

History: This 19 year old male had a seizure.

Exam: CT and subsequent MRI disclosed a 6 cm left parietal tumor. At that time he had no weakness, abnormal sensations, or visual disturbances. Biopsy and subsequent resection were performed. Three years later, there was no radiologic evidence of residual or recurrent tumor, and as of four years later, the patient had no further seizures.

No MeSH data available.