Glioblastoma NOS

Case contributed by Dr Hani Salam


Headaches and seizure.

Patient Data

Age: 25 years
Gender: Male

CT Brain

There is a large right frontal lobe mass predominantly with low attenuation (necrotic) component and showing peripheral contrast enhancement. 


MRI Brain

There is a large right frontal mass exhibiting vivid peripheral contrast enhancement and partial diffusion restriction, as well as presenting a large central necrotic component. A mass effect with vasogenic oedema and compression over the lateral ventricle and midline shift is also noted. 

Case Discussion

Pathologically proven glioblastoma

Note: IDH mutation status is not provided in this case and according to the current (2016) WHO classification of CNS tumours, this tumour would, therefore, be designated as a glioblastoma NOS

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Case information

rID: 8945
Case created: 11th Mar 2010
Last edited: 22nd May 2017
Tags: brain, tunour
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