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Sturge-Weber Syndrome

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Sturge-Weber Syndrome

History: 11 mo female with known syndrome and a recent diagnosis of glaucoma. No history of developmental delays or seizure activity. Procedure: Baseline MRI of brain with gadolinium for evaluation of disease progression in future.

Findings: Focal cortical hypoplasia of the left occipital lobe seen with decreased T2 signal of deep white matter, along with increased enhancement of overlying leptomeninges in comparison with right. Increased signal intensity and size of choroidal plexus noted in occipital horn of left ventricle in comparison with right. Increased pial enhancement of left parietal lobe in comparison with right. Left globe enlargement in comparison with right globe (measured at 2.5 cm vs 2.0 cm AP).

Ddx: Findings consistent with known Sturge-Weber Syndrome May consider: Wyburn-Mason Syndrome, Other phakomatoses

Dxhow: Imaging findings and clinical examination

Exam: No information provided

No MeSH data available.


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View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Sturge-Weber Syndrome

History: 11 mo female with known syndrome and a recent diagnosis of glaucoma. No history of developmental delays or seizure activity. Procedure: Baseline MRI of brain with gadolinium for evaluation of disease progression in future.

Findings: Focal cortical hypoplasia of the left occipital lobe seen with decreased T2 signal of deep white matter, along with increased enhancement of overlying leptomeninges in comparison with right. Increased signal intensity and size of choroidal plexus noted in occipital horn of left ventricle in comparison with right. Increased pial enhancement of left parietal lobe in comparison with right. Left globe enlargement in comparison with right globe (measured at 2.5 cm vs 2.0 cm AP).

Ddx: Findings consistent with known Sturge-Weber Syndrome May consider: Wyburn-Mason Syndrome, Other phakomatoses

Dxhow: Imaging findings and clinical examination

Exam: No information provided

No MeSH data available.