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4 Yrs Female with lateral ventricular tumour Your valuable opinion plz. **(Shared)

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Peritheliomatous/Perivascular/Papillary arrangement. Cells are Gemistocytic/Rhabdoid nature with binucleate forms.Correlating age,site,morphology & radiology,P/O : •SEGA/Subependymal Giant Cell Astrocytoma. *Choroid Plexus Carcinoma. Advised IHC.

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Peritheliomatous/Perivascular/Papillary arrangement. Cells are Gemistocytic/Rhabdoid nature with binucleate forms.Correlating age,site,morphology & radiology,P/O : •SEGA/Subependymal Giant Cell Astrocytoma. *Choroid Plexus Carcinoma. Advised IHC.

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Pilocystic astrocytoma.. Pilocytic astrocytoma is an often benign, slow-growing tumor of the brain or spinal cord. The tumor may be in the form of a cyst and usually does not spread to nearby tissues . Symptoms vary depending upon the size and location of the tumor. Pilocytic astrocytomas are low-grade gliomas—a family of slow-growing tumors that arise from glial cells. They are the most benign and most treatable of the gliomas, with a cure rate of over over 90 percent.

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Only single cut MRI.Intraventricular hyperintense lesion in the left lateral ventricle obstructing the foramen of Monroe producing hydrocephalus.I am unable to interpret tumor histology. Is it choroid plexus carcinoma ?

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This is pilocystic astrocytoma, they can be easily excised by a neurosurgeon, please consult a NSX for his advice on this matter

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WHO grade II Astrocytoma Pilocytic astrocytoma

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Glioblastoma D/d pilocytic astrocytoma Neurocytoma anaplastic

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Agree with Dr. D.prasad

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Pilocytic astrocytoma

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Ependymoma

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