A RARE CASE OF SPACE OCCUPYING LESION OF BRAINSTEM IN AN ELDERLY MALE PATIENT

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Jayanth S S
Ambali A P
M S Mulimani

Abstract

An elderly male patient aged 65 presented to us with history of swaying towards left side of the body since 1 month with normal higher mental functions and neurological examination suggestive of cerebellar ataxia. MRI Brain plus contrast was suggestive of an irregular, ill-defined heterogeneous enhancing lesion with few necrotic areas within and few foci of blooming on FFE (Fast Field Echo imaging technique) with significant perilesional oedema involving right thalamus and brainstem showing Choline peak on MR Spectroscopy.


Keywords: Neurological examination; Cerebellar ataxia; MRI brain; FFE.

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S, J., P, A., & Mulimani, M. (2018). A RARE CASE OF SPACE OCCUPYING LESION OF BRAINSTEM IN AN ELDERLY MALE PATIENT. International Journal of Clinical and Biomedical Research, 4(4), 39-41. https://doi.org/10.31878/ijcbr.2018.44.09