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Spotters Set 59 – Neuroradiology cases – FREE ACCESS

 Neuroradiology Cases

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  1. Melanoma with retinal detachment and subretinal bleed. T1 hyperintensity of the lesion with intense enhancement is characteristic. What are other T1 hyperintense structures? Click here for the answer. 
  2. Asterion defect in Neurofibromatosis 1 – Cranial defect at the level of the lambdoid suture.
  3. Harlequin eye deformity: Elevation of the superolateral corner of the orbit. It may be seen in unilateral (plagiocephaly) or bilateral (brachycephaly) coronal suture synostosis.
  4. Giant tuberculoma – T2 hypointensity is characteristic.
  5. Incisive canal cysts, also known as nasopalatine duct cysts (NPDC), are developmental, non-neoplastic cysts arising from the degeneration of nasopalatine ducts. These ducts usually regress in fetal life. The persistence of ductal epithelium leads to the formation of a cyst. It is considered the most common non-odontogenic cyst and develops only in the midline anterior maxilla.
  6. Nasal encephaloceles – A form of neural tube defect that causes herniation of cranial content through a bony defect in the anterior skull base into the nasal area.
  7. Meningioma – Homogenously enhancing intradural extramedullary lesion. 

These interesting radiology cases have been contributed by Dr. Sharath Kumar G G.

Dr. Kumar is a consultant Intervention Neuro-Radiologist and Head Department of Neuro-Radiology and Intervention -Apollo Hospital. You can check out the previous cases uploaded by him (and other authors) on our contributing authors’ page.

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