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Intradural Extramedullary Meningioma.

Shogan PJS - MedPix (2009)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Intradural Extramedullary Meningioma.

History: 56 yo male with 24 month history of gradually worsening upper back pain.

Findings: An intradural extramedullary mass is seen at the T2 level measuring 1.2 cm AP x 1.1 cm transverse x 1.7 cm craniocaudad. This mass causes mild compression and leftward shift of the spinal cord. Subtle hyperintense T2 signal abnormality is noted within the mass, and uniformly enhances following gadolinium DTPA. There is a no dural tail. The spinal cord is normal in signal. No neural foraminal extension is seen.

Ddx: Intradural Extramedullary Neoplasms: Schwannoma Neurofibroma Ganglioneuroma Meningioma Epidermoid Dermoid Metastasis

Dxhow: Histologic evaluation confirmed an intradural extramedullary meningioma.

No MeSH data available.


An intradural extramedullary mass is seen at the T2 level measuring 1.2 cm AP x 1.1 cm transverse x 1.7 cm craniocaudad. This mass causes mild compression and leftward shift of the spinal cord. Subtle hyperintense T2 signal abnormality is noted within the mass, and uniformly enhances following gadolinium DTPA. There is a no dural tail. The spinal cord is normal in signal. No neural foraminal extension is seen.
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MPX2428_synpic46481: An intradural extramedullary mass is seen at the T2 level measuring 1.2 cm AP x 1.1 cm transverse x 1.7 cm craniocaudad. This mass causes mild compression and leftward shift of the spinal cord. Subtle hyperintense T2 signal abnormality is noted within the mass, and uniformly enhances following gadolinium DTPA. There is a no dural tail. The spinal cord is normal in signal. No neural foraminal extension is seen.


Intradural Extramedullary Meningioma.

Shogan PJS - MedPix (2009)

An intradural extramedullary mass is seen at the T2 level measuring 1.2 cm AP x 1.1 cm transverse x 1.7 cm craniocaudad. This mass causes mild compression and leftward shift of the spinal cord. Subtle hyperintense T2 signal abnormality is noted within the mass, and uniformly enhances following gadolinium DTPA. There is a no dural tail. The spinal cord is normal in signal. No neural foraminal extension is seen.
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MPX2428_synpic46481: An intradural extramedullary mass is seen at the T2 level measuring 1.2 cm AP x 1.1 cm transverse x 1.7 cm craniocaudad. This mass causes mild compression and leftward shift of the spinal cord. Subtle hyperintense T2 signal abnormality is noted within the mass, and uniformly enhances following gadolinium DTPA. There is a no dural tail. The spinal cord is normal in signal. No neural foraminal extension is seen.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Intradural Extramedullary Meningioma.

History: 56 yo male with 24 month history of gradually worsening upper back pain.

Findings: An intradural extramedullary mass is seen at the T2 level measuring 1.2 cm AP x 1.1 cm transverse x 1.7 cm craniocaudad. This mass causes mild compression and leftward shift of the spinal cord. Subtle hyperintense T2 signal abnormality is noted within the mass, and uniformly enhances following gadolinium DTPA. There is a no dural tail. The spinal cord is normal in signal. No neural foraminal extension is seen.

Ddx: Intradural Extramedullary Neoplasms: Schwannoma Neurofibroma Ganglioneuroma Meningioma Epidermoid Dermoid Metastasis

Dxhow: Histologic evaluation confirmed an intradural extramedullary meningioma.

No MeSH data available.