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Astrocytoma, low-grade, supratentorial

Parker RP - MedPix (2007)

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Affiliation: Naval Medical Center San Diego

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Astrocytoma, low-grade, supratentorial

History: 43 y/o male who presents with chronic headaches but recently worsened.

Findings: Noncontrast head CT demonstrates a large intraaxial mass which appears based in the right parietal lobe then extends into the right lateral ventricle. Some calcification is present. Pathology from a brain biopsy came back as a grade 2 astrocytoma.

No MeSH data available.


Noncontrast head CT demonstrates a large intraaxial mass which appears based in the right parietal lobe then extends into the right lateral ventricle.  Some calcification is present.  Pathology from a brain biopsy came back as a grade 2 astrocytoma.
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MPX2471_synpic4189: Noncontrast head CT demonstrates a large intraaxial mass which appears based in the right parietal lobe then extends into the right lateral ventricle. Some calcification is present. Pathology from a brain biopsy came back as a grade 2 astrocytoma.


Astrocytoma, low-grade, supratentorial

Parker RP - MedPix (2007)

Noncontrast head CT demonstrates a large intraaxial mass which appears based in the right parietal lobe then extends into the right lateral ventricle.  Some calcification is present.  Pathology from a brain biopsy came back as a grade 2 astrocytoma.
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MPX2471_synpic4189: Noncontrast head CT demonstrates a large intraaxial mass which appears based in the right parietal lobe then extends into the right lateral ventricle. Some calcification is present. Pathology from a brain biopsy came back as a grade 2 astrocytoma.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Naval Medical Center San Diego

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Astrocytoma, low-grade, supratentorial

History: 43 y/o male who presents with chronic headaches but recently worsened.

Findings: Noncontrast head CT demonstrates a large intraaxial mass which appears based in the right parietal lobe then extends into the right lateral ventricle. Some calcification is present. Pathology from a brain biopsy came back as a grade 2 astrocytoma.

No MeSH data available.