Ishani Mohapatra

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Calcifying pseudoneoplasm of neuraxis (CAPNON) is a rare but distinctive lesion of the central nervous system. These are benign lesions that mimic ossified vascular lesions clinically and radiologically, and can be cured by complete resection. We report a case in a 48 year old male with complex partial seizures who had a right temporobasal calcified lesion(More)
Tubular aggregates (TAs) are inclusions described in skeletal muscle in a variety of disorders. In a retrospective analysis, TAs were found in 18 (0.24%) cases and involved a spectrum of clinical phenotypes. Ultrastructurally, four distinct types of aggregates were noted. There was no correlation between the clinical phenotypes, duration of illness and(More)
Atypical teratoid rhabdoid tumor (AT/RT) is a highly malignant embryonal CNS tumor, generally unresponsive to any form of therapy, uniformly fatal within 1 year. We report 15 cases of AT/RT diagnosed at our center over a period of 5 years (2003-08). Tumors were located in different sites of the neuraxis, posterior fossa being the most common (n = 10)(More)
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