Aggressive large cell medulloblastoma extending to the extracranial region in brain-dead state

The authors describe the case of a 29-month-old boy who presented with acute non-communicating hydrocephalus caused by a small tumor in the fourth ventricle. He became brain-dead immediately and remained stable in that condition. Six months later, despite being in a brain-dead state, a rapid direct tumor extension from the intracranial to extracranial… CONTINUE READING