Showing T1 + C images. What do you see?
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Nodular thickening and enhancement of the pituitary stalk.
Differential diagnosis includes…
* Lymphocytic hypophysitis
What do you see on these images?
CT scan shows a large calcified lesion. MRI shows a large cortical-based high T2 lesion with cystic component and dark T2 foci corresponding to the calcifications. Post-contrast images show patchy enhancing areas.
DNET (usually may calcify) ganglioglioma (cystic areas, enhancing solid component, may calcify).
What do you see on the following images?
Widening of the dural sac with posterior vertebral scalloping and herniation of nerve root sleeves.
* Marfan syndrome
* Ehler–Danlos syndrome
* Osteogenesis imperfecta
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Which of the following imaging findings may be present in tuberculous meningitis?
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