Lhermitte-Duclos-Cowden syndrome

Discussion:

This case illustrates the typical finding on CT and MRI of Lhermitte duclos in the clinical setting of Cowden's. Calcification is uncommon. Enhancement is rare and occasionally may occur due to anomalous veins. As this is a posterior fossa process typically there is compression of the fourth ventricle with resultant hydrocephalus 1.

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