Intraspinal intradural nodular fasciitis mimicking glioblastoma metastasis: a case report.
Folia Neuropathol. 2018;56(1):75-79
Authors: Zipser CM, Füllbier L, Beschorner R, Bösmüller H, Ziemann U, Tatagiba MS, Tabatabai G, Bender B, Behling F
We report the case of a 78-year-old male affected person affected by proper temporal glioblastoma with radiographic meningeal tumor unfold. Through the additional course of the illness he developed a quickly progressive paraplegia. An magnetic resonance imaging scan confirmed a distinction enhancing an intraspinal intradural lesion with compression of the myelon on section Th eight/9. With a excessive suspicion of a spinal metastasis of the recognized glioblastoma, emergency spinal decompression and resection of the intradural mass was carried out. Nonetheless, histopathological analysis revealed nodular fasciitis with none indicators of glial origin.
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