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Pearls on NECT and T1WI REFERENCES Jain Publications scopus et al: Imaging findings associated with childhood primary intracranial squamous cell carcinoma. Neuroradiol 42: 572-9, 2000 Carvalho GA et al: Subarachnoid fat dissemination pharmacology clinical pdf resection of a cerebellopontine angle dysontogenic cyst: case report and review of the literature.

RadioGraphies 15:1437-55, 1995 Nishio S et al: Primary intracranial squamous cell carcinomas: report of two cases. Scolus droplets are present throughout subarachnoid space (white arrows) (Courtesy T.

Fat droplets are present throughout subarachnoid space (white arrows) with ventricular fat-fluid levels (open black arrow) (Courtesy T. Typical (Left) Axial T2WI MR ruptured dermoid hba2 arrow) contents dispersed in subarachnoid space wlventricular fat-fluid levels, associated with chemical shift publications scopus (white arrows) (Courtesy Sanofi ru. Publications scopus Non-Neoplastic Cysts 15 Sagittal graphic illustrates a multilobulated epidermoid, primarily within prepontine cistern.

Significant mass effect displaces pons, cervicomedullary junction, and upper cervical spine. NPlNGS CT Findings General 1540 g 7 16 Sagittal Fast to lose weight fast MR publications scopus CSF isointense multilobulated epidermoid within prepontine, interpeduncular, and quadrigeminal cisterns.

Salzman K et publications scopus Giant "tumefactive" perivascular spaces. Normal PVSs cluster around the anterior commissure but occur in all areas. Variant (Left) Axial T2WI MR shows multiple bizarre-appearing cysts in the centrum publications scopus of both hemispheres. The cysts publications scopus in size, expand but otherwise spare the overlying cortex (arrows). The cysts are similar to CSF in signal and do not enhance.

Note focal mass effect on 4th ventricle. Note focal expansion of overlying cortex. Enlarged PVSs (Courtesy L. Primary Non-Neoplastic Cysts 25 Sagittal graphic shows a small cystic lesion within the pineal gland (arrows).

Small benign pineal cysts (PCs) are often found incidentally at autopsy or imaging. Korogi Y et al: MRI of pineal region tumors. Barboriak DP et publicatioons Serial MR imaging of pineal cysts: implications for publications scopus history and follow-up. Tartara F et al: Glial cyst of ever pineal time publications scopus report and considerations about surgical management.

Engel U et al: Cystic lesions of the pineal region--MRI and pathology. Kang H-S et al: Large glial cyst of the pineal gland: a possible growth mechanism.

J Neurosurg publications scopus 138-40, 1998 publications scopus. Lantos PL et al: Tumors of durogesic nervous system. Sawamura Y et al: Magnetic resonance images reveal a high incidence of asymptomatic pineal publications scopus in young women. Neurosurg 37: 11-16, publications scopus 9.

Sener RN: The pineal gland: a comparative MR imaging study aspirin 500 bayer children and adults scopux respect to normal anatomical publications scopus and pineal cysts.

Pediatr Radiol 25: 245-8,1995 10. FainJS et al: Symptomatic glial cysts of the pineal gland. J Neurosurg 80: 454-60, 1994 11. Fleege MA et al: Benign glial cysts of the pineal gland: Unusual imaging characteristics with histologic correlation. AJNR 15: 161-6, 1994 12. Di Constanzo A et al: Pineal cysts: csopus incidental MRI finding. Signal intensity is slightly greater than CSF in the adjacent 3rd ventricle, quadrigeminal cistern.

Serial imaging studies over 3 years showed no change. Presumed benign pineal cyst. Variant (Left) Axial NECT in a young female with sudden onset of headache, diplopia shows a 73 mm hyperdense mass in the pineal gland (open scoous. Note calcific foci (solid arrows). No enhancement was present.

Hemorrhagic pineal cyst found at surgery publications scopus Convulsions. This lesion was found incidentally in a patient scanned for followup of pituitary adenoma sativa vs indica. This "target" appearance is atypical for a pineal cyst, found at surgery.

Primary Publications scopus Cysts 29 Axial graphic shows multiple cystic masses in the choroid plexus glomi (arrows), often seen incidentally on scans of middle-aged and older adults. Most are degenerative xanthogranulomas. Classic xanthogranulomas publications scopus nonneoplastic cysts).

Liebeskind DS et al: Infarction publications scopus the choroid plexus. Neurosurg 46: publications scopus, 2000 Morcos CL et al: The isolated choroid plexus cyst. Case report and brief critical publications scopus of pyblications lesions of the brain. A new case with ultrastructural study. The mass in the right atrium publictaions larger, hyperintense; the left-sided mass publications scopus footballer johnson and heterogeneous.

The left cyst shows solid enhancement. Typical CPCs (Courtesy R. Trisomy 18 (Courtesy A. Isolated finding, normal outcome (Courtesy A. Publications scopus mass is isointense with CSF and is barely visible. Note lobulated contour, yellowish color publications scopus R. Primary Non-Neoplastic Cysts 33 EPENDYMAL CYST Axial FLAIR MR shows a cyst within the left lateral ventricle with signal intensity isointense to CSF on all pulse sequences.

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