Regarding the following images:
Differential diagnosis includes…
What is the most likely diagnosis?
Hyperintense right cerebellar lesion with preserved cortical striations. No enhancement on post-contrast images.
We dare you to solve one of the hardest questions of the EDiR examination!
The European Board of Radiology raffles amongst the winners an examination place for the EDiR that will take place at the ECR 2020.
Which of the following imaging findings may be present in tuberculous meningitis?
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Winner will be announced here, on the EBR blog, at 14:30.
76-year-old female with:
· Psychomotor retardation
· Sphincter incontinence
What do you see?
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BUTTERFLY GLIOBLASTOMA OF CORPUS CALLOSUM.
· Tumefactive demyelinating lesion