Hemorrhagic intracranial metastases

Case contributed by Dr Muhammad

Presentation

known case of Acute lymphocytic leukemia

Patient Data

Age: 19
Gender: Male

Multiple high attenuation lesions seen throughout the brain parenchyma with surrounding low attenuation areas representing multiple intraparenchymal hemorrhages with surrounding edema.

Case Discussion

Hemorrhagic mets in the brain have a classic differential - MRCTBB

  • melanoma
  • RCC
  • choriocarcinoma
  • thyroid
  • breast
  • bronchus

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