Congenital primitive neuroectodermal tumour presenting as obstructed labour.

Abstract

Brain tumours presenting at delivery are extremely rare. A case of primitive neuroectodermal tumour (PNET) that presented intrapartum with failure to progress due to hydrocephalus is reported. Diagnosis required imaging with magnetic resonance and computed tomography in addition to open biopsy.

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@article{Inwald1998CongenitalPN, title={Congenital primitive neuroectodermal tumour presenting as obstructed labour.}, author={Dr. med. E. C. Inwald and Stephen Terence Kempley and Michael F Hird}, journal={Archives of disease in childhood. Fetal and neonatal edition}, year={1998}, volume={78 3}, pages={F222-4} }