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The rare occurrence of extra-neural metastases in patients having a tumour of the central nervous system (CNS) could mean that the symptoms of a metastatic lesion are confused with a second pathology. We recently treated a patient with a glioblastoma multiforme who was developing a pancytopaenia at the initial diagnosis. The frequent red cell and platelet(More)
We report the MR imaging findings in a 20 year old woman with status epilepticus of more than 3 months duration following an episode of lymphocytic meningitis. Repeated MR examinations showed progressive symmetrical cortical lesions, followed by subcortical and basal ganglia lesions which evolved to cortical laminar necrosis and hemorrhagic necrosis with(More)
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