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High grade glioma in a young patient

13 years old boy with headache, initially evaluated by ophthalmologist and found to have Papilledema. No focal neurological deficit, fever, seizures or neck stiffness MRI shows this SOL Is it likely to be a tumor or tuberculoma?

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as only 10 pics are allowed I couldn't post the fill MRI. The child had mrs which showed increased choline peak and prefusion showed increased vascularity at the centre. The child was referred to higher centre where a stereotactic biopsy revealed high grade glioma

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Kindly post T1 images ,T1 contrast with MRSA for definite answer. Predominantly T2 hyperintense lesion in the left temporal with central mixed intensity lesion.

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as only 10 pics are allowed I couldn't post the fill MRI. The child had mrs which showed increased choline peak and prefusion showed increased vascularity at the centre. The child was referred to higher centre where a stereotactic biopsy revealed high grade glioma

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