Aruna Vade

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Intracranial lipomas are rare and usually do not have clinical expression. They are located most commonly in the interhemispheric fissure and may also be found in the quadrigeminal, ambient, chiasmatic, interpeduncular, sylvian, and perimesencephalic cisterns. Interhemispheric lipomas may be associated with choroid plexus lipomas. The ultrasonography,(More)
The varying presentations of neonatal breast enlargement on imaging have been underreported in the literature. Our case report profiles a 3-week-old female patient who presented with a history of left breast enlargement with redness and tenderness for 2 days, who was clinically diagnosed and managed for neonatal mastitis, which was actually a neonatal(More)
Retroperitoneal lymphatic malformations can cause significant displacement, pressure, or entrapment of adjacent organs raising suspicion of a malignant retroperitoneal tumor. They often mimic ascites but may rarely be a cause of ascites. Computed tomography (CT) imaging findings in an infant with a cystic retroperitoneal lymphatic malformation and massive(More)
Cranial sonographic examinations of 199 neonates were evaluated to determine the incidence of an echogenic pattern in the occipital lobe that simulated a mass, to relate that finding to the birth weight, and to correlate it with the gyral development of the occipital lobe. This echogenic pattern was seen in infants weighing less than 1750 g at birth and was(More)
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