Hedi Krifa

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  • S Trabelsi, N Mama, M Ladib, S Popov, A Burford, M Mokni +7 others
  • 2015
BACKGROUND PA is a grade I glial tumor that mostly occurs in children. However, although apparently similar to paediatric PA, adult PA presents a different clinical follow-up that could arise from specific molecular alterations. A variety of genetic alterations have been identified as diagnostic or prognostic glioma molecular markers. MATERIAL AND METHODS(More)
Calcification of the cervical ligamentum flavum is a rare entity observed exclusively in Japanese people. We report a new case in a 65-year-old man from Tunisia who presented with symptoms of cervical myelopathy with mild tetra paresis, sensory abnormalities and dysuria. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showed a posterior compression of the spinal cord at(More)
BACKGROUND Angiomatous meningiomas (AMs) represent a rare subtype of meningiomas in which the vascular component prevail. They represent less than 1% of all intracranial tumors and approximately 2.1% of all meningeal tumors (Hasselblatt et al., 2004). The purpose of this study was to determine the clinical characteristics, radiological features and(More)
It has become increasingly evident that morphologically similar gliomas may have distinct clinical phenotypes arising from diverse genetic signatures. To date, glial tumours from the Tunisian population have not been investigated. To address this, we correlated the clinico-pathology with molecular data of 110 gliomas by a combination of HM450K array, MLPA(More)
PURPOSE Three cases of histopathologically confirmed central neurocytoma (CN) are presented, emphasizing diagnostic imaging issues: conventional magnetic resonance imaging with Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS) and diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI) findings of CN. MATERIALS AND METHODS Patients age ranged from 17 to 32 years, Imaging include a(More)
Oligodendrogliomas are the tumors of normal glial cells of brain called oligodendrocytes. They represent a small proportion of childhood brain tumors and are infrequently encountered in the posterior fossa. CT scan and MRI are very helpful for the preoperative management of oligodendrogliomas. However, due to the rarity and non-specific(More)
Salmonella focal intracranial infections are reported rarely. They tend to occur in immunocompromised patients. We present here a case of Salmonella typhimurium epidural empyema, with osteomyelitis of the adjacent frontal bone, in a 37-year-old human immunodeficiency virus positive man who presented with a three-day history of headache, fever, and sweats.(More)
Cerebral hytatid cysts (HC) are extremely rare, forming 2% of all intra cranial space occupying lesions even in counties where the disease is endemic. HC diagnosis is usually based on a pathognomonic computed tomography (CT) pattern. In order to assess the value of MR we reviewed the CT (n=25) and magnetic resonance (MR, n=4 including diffusion and proton(More)
Four cases of cystic meningioma are reported, and the imaging features and diagnostic pitfalls of cystic meningiomas are reviewed. Cystic meningiomas are infrequent tumors and remain difficult to diagnose in spite of advanced imaging techniques. Our patients were between 15 and 58 years of age, and underwent CT and MR imaging. In all the four cases, the(More)