Atypical Presentation of an Apoplexy in a Pineal Cyst

Abstract

Pineal cysts are often found incidentally on cranial magnetic resonance (MR) examination. The majority are asymptomatic, but neurological symptoms can occur in large cysts (>5 mm), [1,2] and after intra-cystic haemorrhage (so-called pineal apoplexy) which has only been described a few times in the literature, almost always presenting with severe headache [2… (More)

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