Angioglioma misdiagnosed as encephalomalacia on magnetic resonance imaging for over a decade
We report a case of intractable seizures secondary to an angioglioma that was misdiagnosed as post-traumatic encephalomalacia for over a decade, with a discussion of the radiological findings and a review of the literature.
Medical Subject Headings
Adult; Brain Neoplasms (pathology); Diagnosis, Differential; Diagnostic Errors (prevention & control); Encephalomalacia (pathology); Glioma (pathology); Humans; Magnetic Resonance Imaging (methods); Male
Journal of computer assisted tomography
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Kundu, Shinjini; Alhilali, Lea; Nguyen, Lananh; and Fakhran, Saeed, "Angioglioma misdiagnosed as encephalomalacia on magnetic resonance imaging for over a decade" (2014). Neurology. 1272.