Hemorrhagic Choroid Plexus Cyst

Transversal Diffusion Weighted sequence shows high signal in the left choroid plexus with corresponding low signal on ADC (restricted diffusion). Finding represents acute Hemorrhagic Choroid Plexus Cyst. It is also known as Choroid Plexus Xanthogranuloma. Gradient Echo sequence (third image) shows low signal in the right choroid plexus representing hemosiderine deposits after previous hemorrhage. Coronal T1 shows intermediate to high signal in the plexus cyst.
Note also low signal in the right plexus on T2 (old hemorrhage) and high signal on FLAIR in the left plexus (acute hemorrhage).
Choroid Plexus Cysts are very common normal finding. Those often show restricted diffusion. However in our case of patient with hypertension this finding is of interest to the clinicians as a requirement to more closely monitor patient's blood pressure. There were no signs of intraventricular hemorrhage.

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