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Microcystic meningioma

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ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Microcystic meningioma

History: This 59 year old woman complained of mild left arm and leg weakness poor concentration and difficulty findings words. On the day of admission, she had "blacked out" for 6 to 8 minutes.

Findings: Round enhancing mass with intraaxial vasogenic edema

Ddx: <li>Metastasis <li>Anaplastic Astrocytoma <li>Anaplastic Oligodendroglioma If extraaxial - Meningioma

Exam: On admission, she was awake and attentive. Her pupils were normally reactive to light and accommodation. She had a flattened left naso-labial fold and bilateral decreased hearing. The remainder of the cranial nerves were apparently normal. Strength in the left arm was graded as 4/5 and left hand grip was graded as 2/5. Reflexes were normal. Radiologic studies and subsequent surgery were performed.

No MeSH data available.


Microscopic section showing myriads of intercellular and intracellular spaces filled with proteinacous fluid. Note the virtual absence of whorls and psammoma bodies.
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Microcystic meningioma

USU Teaching File MUTF - MedPix

Microscopic section showing myriads of intercellular and intracellular spaces filled with proteinacous fluid. Note the virtual absence of whorls and psammoma bodies.
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MPX2589_synpic16320: Microscopic section showing myriads of intercellular and intracellular spaces filled with proteinacous fluid. Note the virtual absence of whorls and psammoma bodies.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Microcystic meningioma

History: This 59 year old woman complained of mild left arm and leg weakness poor concentration and difficulty findings words. On the day of admission, she had "blacked out" for 6 to 8 minutes.

Findings: Round enhancing mass with intraaxial vasogenic edema

Ddx: <li>Metastasis <li>Anaplastic Astrocytoma <li>Anaplastic Oligodendroglioma If extraaxial - Meningioma

Exam: On admission, she was awake and attentive. Her pupils were normally reactive to light and accommodation. She had a flattened left naso-labial fold and bilateral decreased hearing. The remainder of the cranial nerves were apparently normal. Strength in the left arm was graded as 4/5 and left hand grip was graded as 2/5. Reflexes were normal. Radiologic studies and subsequent surgery were performed.

No MeSH data available.