Neuroradiology Unknown Videos – Case 1
This unknown case is a 58 year-old presenting with confusion and transient weakness. The CT and MR show a large mass in the left frontal lobe as well as an additional mass in the posterior right frontal lobe.
The key points of this video are how to deal with creating a differential diagnosis in a patient with multiple enhancing masses. Generally speaking, the differential will include metastasis, lymphoma, glioblastoma, and infection. However, by using some more subtle clues you can often make a pretty good guess about which one it will be, which may help your surgeons as they go in for biopsy.
This will be part of an unknown case series that will be continuously updated. See the full playlist below: