Case: PRES or mets?

Case history: 55 year old female with history of lung adenocarcinoma presents with difficulty seeing. She was treated with carboplatin and paclitaxil two months prior to admission. CT head showed hypodensities in... Read more »

Radiation Necrosis

Radiotherapy is commonly used as an adjuvant therapy to surgery and chemotherapy in the management of primary brain neoplasms. Radiation destroys cells and damages the tumor blood supply. Addition of radiation therapy... Read more »

Posterior Fossa Metastasis

The differential diagnosis for an intra-axial posterior fossa mass depends on the age of the patient. The most common causes are juvenile pilocytic astrocytoma, medulloblastoma and ependymoma in a child and metastasis... Read more »