Education, MR, CT, Paediatric, Neuroradiology brain, Seizure disorders
B. B. Das, P. Reddy, B. Nagabhushana Reddy, S. T. Prabhakar, S. Viswamitra; Bangalore/IN
This exhibit is mainly focussed to describe an approach.
Only a few representative cases are illustrated with teaching points as part of the approach.
Occam's Razor - If lesions are seen in multiple categories of out --> in approach in a single case,
try to make a single diagnosis which would explain all lesions.
if a patient has multiple lesions in the skin,
extra-axial dural lesion with focal calvarial thickening,
T2 hyperintense lesions in bilateral basal ganglia and lesion in CP angle extending to the internal auditory canal - Diagnosis would be Neurofibromatosis 2.
3. Clinical history,
localization of lesion and detection of other lesions with described approach,
imaging characteristics of lesions - helps to reach a logical and specific diagnosis.