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Nolan MRN - MedPix (2008)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

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Development of metastatic deposits within the parenchyma of the brain is the result of hematogenous spread... On occasion, the nervous system may be the sole site of distant metastasis, but cerebral involvement is generally associated with spread from the primary source into many organs... Often superficially placed nodules in the cortex become adherent to the overlying dura without generalized dissemination into the subarachnoid space... Localized extension to the dura also occurs in metastatic lesions of the cerebellar cortex... Metastases occur in the deep gray nuclei of the cerebrum, in the brain stem and cerebellum, but are less common than in the cerebral hemispheres... In these locations they may develop either as part of extensive dissemination in the brain or as a solitary deposit... Mention should be made of the relation of metastatic tumors to the development of increased intracranial pressure... It is not uncommon, however, for the pathologist to find multiple secondary foci in patients who have presented no clinical manifestations of intracranial hypertension and whose brain at necropsy shows none of the anatomical alterations related to cerebral edema.

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Vertex View of Brain: There is a large circumscribed metastasis indenting the lateral aspect of one hemisphere. The tumor tissue is hemorrhagic and somewhat papillomatous. Dura is adherent over the central portion. Brain swelling is present in both hemispheres. Metastatic angiosarcoma from primary in mandibular region.
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MPX2781_synpic42751: Vertex View of Brain: There is a large circumscribed metastasis indenting the lateral aspect of one hemisphere. The tumor tissue is hemorrhagic and somewhat papillomatous. Dura is adherent over the central portion. Brain swelling is present in both hemispheres. Metastatic angiosarcoma from primary in mandibular region.


Metastatic Tumors

Nolan MRN - MedPix (2008)

Vertex View of Brain: There is a large circumscribed metastasis indenting the lateral aspect of one hemisphere. The tumor tissue is hemorrhagic and somewhat papillomatous. Dura is adherent over the central portion. Brain swelling is present in both hemispheres. Metastatic angiosarcoma from primary in mandibular region.
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MPX2781_synpic42751: Vertex View of Brain: There is a large circumscribed metastasis indenting the lateral aspect of one hemisphere. The tumor tissue is hemorrhagic and somewhat papillomatous. Dura is adherent over the central portion. Brain swelling is present in both hemispheres. Metastatic angiosarcoma from primary in mandibular region.

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

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Development of metastatic deposits within the parenchyma of the brain is the result of hematogenous spread... On occasion, the nervous system may be the sole site of distant metastasis, but cerebral involvement is generally associated with spread from the primary source into many organs... Often superficially placed nodules in the cortex become adherent to the overlying dura without generalized dissemination into the subarachnoid space... Localized extension to the dura also occurs in metastatic lesions of the cerebellar cortex... Metastases occur in the deep gray nuclei of the cerebrum, in the brain stem and cerebellum, but are less common than in the cerebral hemispheres... In these locations they may develop either as part of extensive dissemination in the brain or as a solitary deposit... Mention should be made of the relation of metastatic tumors to the development of increased intracranial pressure... It is not uncommon, however, for the pathologist to find multiple secondary foci in patients who have presented no clinical manifestations of intracranial hypertension and whose brain at necropsy shows none of the anatomical alterations related to cerebral edema.

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