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A 48-year-old woman presented with a headache with neck spasms on her right side.

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Published onApr 27, 2023
A 48-year-old woman presented with a headache with neck spasms on her right side.

History

A 48-year-old woman presented with a headache with neck spasms on her right side.

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Quiz ID: Quiz 1.1.2

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Images
Figure 1

T2 axial

Figure 2

Pre-contrast T1 and post-contrast fat-suppressed T1 images.

Figure 3

Flair and T1 coronal images

Figure 4

T1 sagittal fat saturated post contrast.

Figure 5

T2 sagittal

Figure 6

DWI b1000 and ADC map.

Questions
  1. How do you differentiate between intra-axial v/s extra-axial?

  2. What are the findings which suggest meningioma?

  3. What is the specificity of the dural tail sign for extra-axial lesions?

Answer

Please find the answer, in this case report (ver2) next week.

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