Quadrigeminal cistern lipoma
Quadrigeminal cistern lipomas make up approximately 25% of intracranial lipomas and are located within the quadrigeminal cistern. They may be associated with hypoplasia of the inferior colliculus or agenesis of the corpus callosum.
Please refer to the generic article on intracranial lipomas for further discussion of radiographic findings and differential diagnoses.
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