The lesion was surgically excised and confirmed to be a haemangioblastoma. Patient underwent abdominal ultrasound to screen for lesions associated with Von Hippel-Lindau disease; this was normal.
6 months later, presents with tachycardia and flushing. Found to be hypertensive and had high urine catecholamines. MRI requested to look for phaeochromocytoma.