Oligodendroglioma (WHO grade II)

A 30 year old man referred to Neurosurgery for a mass lesion (of the brain) revealed by imaging at an outside hospital. [...]

Medulloblastoma (posterior fossa PNET)

A 7 year-old boy who presents with nausea and vomiting. [...]

Metastasis (breast carcinoma)

A 64 year-old woman with a history of breast cancer, presenting with weakness [...]

Pituitary microadenoma (prolactinoma, treated)

A 31 year-old woman with long-standing infertility, who prior to treatment presented with galactorrhea, now on cabergoline. [...]

Amide Proton Transfer MRI in Patients with High-Grade and Low-Grade Gliomas

This article shows that the non-invasive technique of Amide Proton Transfer (APT) MRI has the potential to improve the differentiation of high and low grade gliomas of the brain, further expanding the repertoire of molecular imaging techniques. [...]

Clinical Application of Diffusion Tensor Imaging in Radiation Planning for Brain Tumors

The evolution of sophisticated surgical repair procedures for the treatment of isolated, focal traumatic or degenerative cartialge lesions has created the need for accurate, non-invasive assessment of the repair tissue. MRI depicts well subchondral bone and bone marrow, allowing examination of repair tissue and its interface with parent cartilage and complications of repair surgeries such as graft hypertrophy and delamination. [...]

Germinoma

A 22 year-old woman presents with a suprasellar mass on CT [...]

Oligoastrocytoma (WHO grade 2)

A 23 year old man presenting with a mass lesion on CT [...]

Meningioma

An 87 year old male with anosmia and known diagnosis of meningioma. [...]

Right cerebellar hemangioblastoma

A 49 year old male with worsening headache, mostly in the posterior neck, and vertigo. [...]

Low Grade Astrocytoma

78 year old woman with symptoms of memory loss and dizziness for the past 6 months. She also has chronic headaches, confusion and ataxia. [...]

Right-sided vestibular schwannoma

This is a 46-year-old female who presented with a history of right ear tinnitus and right ear sensorineural hearing loss. [...]

Meningioma

This 62-year-old woman presented with a six month history of nausea and vomiting. Recently, the woman complains of dysosmia, experiencing the smell of ammonia. These dysosmiac episodes last for several minutes but have recently increased in frequency. [...]

Oligoastrocytoma

This 23-year-old male presented to the emergency room complaining of new-onset seizures. A subsequent MR examination revealed intra-axial large brain mass. This was found to be a low-grade glioma. This mass was biopsied and found to represent a low-grade oligo-astrocytoma. [...]

Astrocytoma

This 31-year-old man presented to the neurology department with progressive dizziness for two months along with new-onset seizures, vomiting, and weakness. He reported no history of fever or traumatic head injury. An MRI was performed for further assessment. [...]

Cerebellar glioma

This 4-year-old boy presented to his pediatrician with ataxia and vomiting for several months. After undergoing the MRI, images from which are displayed below, the child was diagnosed with a cerebellar glioma. A VP shunt was placed emergently, although the tumor was not removed secondary to its location. The child underwent radiation therapy with modest improvement. [...]

Thalamic glioma

This 67-year-old man presented to the neurology department with increasing dizzy and weakness for approximately six months, together with restricted movements of the left upper and lower extremity. [...]