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  • Terson’s syndrome. M. Eyselbergs, M.H. Voormolen

    A 55-year-old-woman suddenly woke up with the worst headache she ever experienced. The clinical picture deteriorated fast and by the time she was admitted to the emergency department, she developed anisocoria and was in a coma (Glasgow Coma Scale, 3/15). A non enhanced computed tomography of the brain was performed and revealed a subarachnoid hemorrhage (Fig. A) caused by a ruptured aneurysm of the anterior communicating artery (Fig. B, black arrow). The aneurysm was successfully treated by e...

    Pleuropulmonary blastoma presenting as a complicated pleural effusion

    Pleuropulmonary blastoma (PPB) is a rare tumour of mesenchymal cells. We present a case of PPB in a child, which presented to the emergency department with an extensive pleural effusion. We discuss the radiological features, pathology, classification and treatment of this condition. This case reiterates the importance of considering this diagnosis prior to surgical intervention, to improve the long term prognosis of this aggressive disease.

    What can the Radiologist do to Help the Surgeon Manage Shoulder Instability?

    Imaging of the shoulder forms an important adjunct in clinical decision making in patients with shoulder instability. The typical lesions related with classic anterior and anteroinferior shoulder dislocation are an anteroinferior labral avulsion with or without bony fragment of bone loss – a (bony) Bankart lesion – and a posterolateral humeral head impaction fracture – the Hill-Sachs lesions. These are relatively straightforward to identify on imaging, although normal variants of the inferior...

    Emphysematous cystitis

    Background: A 30-year-old paraplegic man was admitted to the emergency department for hyperthermia, right flank pain and abdominal tenderness. His past medical history revealed a type 2 diabetes mellitus and a cervico-thoracic astrocytoma treated by surgery and radiotherapy. In 2008, he underwent surgery for the placement of a ventriculo-peritoneal derivation for hydrocephalus secondary to meningeal carcinomatosis. The medical treatment included dexamethasone, sodium valproate and levetiracet...

    Radiological findings in a rare case of eyelid swelling: Pott’s puffy tumor.

    Pott's puffy tumor (PPT), or osteomyelitis of the frontal bone, is a rare entity especially in adults. PPT is believed to occur as a complication of fronto-ethmoidal sinusitis or trauma to the frontal bone. We present the computed tomo - graphy and magnetic resonance imaging findings in such a rare case of Pott's puffy tumor.
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