Neuroradiology, Radiology, Anatomy, MRI and CT Cases - for Medical Professionals
21 August 2012
B Cell CNS Lymphoma
Autopsy verified B Cell CNS Lymphoma. Note diffuse oedematous white matter changes located supra- as well as infratentorial. In the later stages there has been some contrast enhancement periventricular in the trigonum regions. Difficult case both clinical and radiological that however included the final diagnosis in differential. Rapid and fatal progress of the disease within just two months. There is a well known saying among radiologists: "On the radiology exam you can call most of the strange radiological findings a Lymphoma - and you might be right." So always think about Lymphoma.