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Acute bilateral medial medullary infarction | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Atrophic brain changes with bilateral cerebral demyelinating foci;

Cerebral arteriovenous malformation | Radiology Case | Radiopaedia.org

Cerebral arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) are the most common symptomatic cerebrovascular malformations. Large AVMs are typically wedge-shaped lesions located in the watershed area.

Case of the day: Neurocysticercosis - many 'cyst with dot sign' lesions #Radiology #MRI #neurology pic.twitter.com/YXcaZGkm

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“Case of the day: Neurocysticercosis - many 'cyst with dot sign' lesions

The appearances are those of a patient who has undergone a 'gastric pull-up' procedure (oesophagogastrectomy).  Typically performed for a mid-distal oesophageal malignancy the stomach is 'pulled' into the chest to anastomse with the upper oesophagus after resection of a oesophageal segment has been surgically removed.  http://radiopaedia.org/play/2199/case/33216

The appearances are those of a patient who has undergone a 'gastric pull-up' procedure (oesophagogastrectomy). Typically performed for a mid-distal oesophageal malignancy the stomach is 'pulled' into the chest to anastomse with the upper oesopha.

Primary CNS lymphoma (PCNSL) are uncommon tumours, accounting for only 1% of malignant CNS tumours.   Primary CNS lymphoma accounts for approximately 1% of all extranodal lymphoma, and ~1% of intracranial tumours.  Typically PCNSL are supratentorial (75-85%) 5 and appear as a mass or multiple masses (11-50% 3) that are usually in contact with the subarachnoid / ependymal surfaces.   http://radiopaedia.org/articles/primary-cns-lymphoma

Primary CNS lymphoma (PCNSL) are uncommon tumours, accounting for only of malignant CNS tumours. By definition, there is no co-existing systemic disease at the time of diagnosis, distinguishing it from CNS involvement from systemic lymphoma (s.

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