60yrs old male presented with H/o chronic headache, GCS 14,no focal neurologicaldeficit. What is your diagnosis? What is your approach?

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A SOL involving right frontal region extending to temporal region and gross midline shift, compression of right lateral ventricle and early transtentorial herniation Most likely a large cystic glioma with perilesional oedema. Get a MRI scan with contrast . Start steroids in high dose to reduce brain oedema urgently to prevent irreversible tentoreal herniation. A complete excision is required and send for HPE. Post operatively radiotherapy may be required
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Large irregular intraaxial cystic mass in the rt frontal lobe . There is marked vasogenic edema and mass effect with effacement of frontal horn of rt lateral ventricle with subfalcine herniation.There is oeripharal enhancement with trascallosal extension. DD : Glioblastoma multiforme/ Metastatic neoplasm / primary CNS lymphoma
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Large right front enhancing lesion with perislesional edema with effaced lateral ventricle and midline shift and transfalcine and trans tentorial herniation and midline shift and meningeal enhancement ?tuberculous abscess with tuberculous meningitis MRI brain with contrast and MRS is required
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Antiedema inj.mannitol and inj decadron is given, surgical excision of the Mass is to be done
Large cystic glioma, excision needed
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Irregular mass with peri focal edema and ring irregular enhancement crossing through corpus callosum mostly GBM.
Largecystic glioma needed.