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Low grade glioma of right fronto temporal region.

22 years female c/o left sided on and off weakness and headache for 1 year. O/e conscious and oriented and no weakness. Diagnosis and management.?

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T1 hypointense well demarcated lesion in the Rt posterior frontal area with central hyperintensity .T2 shows hyoerintense lesion . FLAIR predominant hyperintense ,hyperintense ring surround the lesion with hypointensity in the center. T1 contrast shows mild nodular hyperintensity in the centrs . No edema no mass effect noted. Possibility: Ganglioglioma vs DNET Management - Surgical resection

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T1 hypointense well demarcated lesion in the Rt posterior frontal area with central hyperintensity .T2 shows hyoerintense lesion . FLAIR predominant hyperintense ,hyperintense ring surround the lesion with hypointensity in the center. T1 contrast shows mild nodular hyperintensity in the centrs . No edema no mass effect noted. Possibility: Ganglioglioma vs DNET Management - Surgical resection

Low grade Glioma
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Space occupying lesion right fronto- temporal area - with fluid in central part of lesion - Internal haemorrhage ? . D/D 1.Glioma 2.Benign tumour 3.Tuberculoma, A Spect - CT scan may help for further evaluation

That's Low grade Glioma sir
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SOL with perilesional oedema rt parietotemporal area D/d SOL tuberculoma

Thats Right frontotemporal Low grade glioma sir
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Cortex based lesion in rt fronto tempoal region.No perilesional oedema or mass effect. Primary possibility DNET.

Inflammatory granuloma

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