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High grade glioma left tempiral

New case 72 yr ,M, found unconcious in the room,passed stool and urine. No eye witness. NO tongue bite ,no frothing noted.No injury noted. Known hypertensive ,hypothyroid on med for both. At ER BP 150/ 80 mmhg . Concious ,but tendency to sleep . Obeying command's, mild paucity of rt side,frequently moving left side.Able to make good grip with Rt hand . No obvious focal deficits. No neck stiffness. What abnormality in the MRI and possible duagnosis

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Thanks for the answer. MR1,- Relativly well defind multilobular T2 hyperintense intra axial lesion with hypointense foci, septation and significant perilesional edema noted in the left temporal lobe involving both cortex and subcortical white matter.T2 hyperintense signal shows partial FLAIR suppression. pist contrast omages shows intense enhancing focus in posterior inferior aspect of lesion. Increased perfusion noted in the enhancing component. FINDINGS REPRESENT HIGH GRADE GLIOMA. Patient is staying with the wife. Both children's working abroad. Unable to come due to COVID 19. Elective Surgery planed .
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Thanks for the answer. MR1,- Relativly well defind multilobular T2 hyperintense intra axial lesion with hypointense foci, septation and significant perilesional edema noted in the left temporal lobe involving both cortex and subcortical white matter.T2 hyperintense signal shows partial FLAIR suppression. pist contrast omages shows intense enhancing focus in posterior inferior aspect of lesion. Increased perfusion noted in the enhancing component. FINDINGS REPRESENT HIGH GRADE GLIOMA. Patient is staying with the wife. Both children's working abroad. Unable to come due to COVID 19. Elective Surgery planed .
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