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Last Updated: 15 February 2022

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A Rare Case of Brain Metastasis of Thymic Carcinoma.

Background Thymic carcinoma is a rare disease that often affects the liver and kidneys but not so much to the brain. Case report The case of an 81-year-old woman with multiple cerebellar metastases of thymic carcinoma is presented here. Based on biopsy analysis of a lesion in the anterior mediastinum, she was first diagnosed with stage IVb thymic carcinoma. The left cerebellar metastasis was resectioned and craniotomy during her craniotomy and resection. The original thymic carcinoma metastasis of the original thymic carcinoma in the postoperative histological examination. The patient underwent additional stereotactic radiotherapy for the cavity of the cerebellar metastasis and the small cerebellar metastatic lesions.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35093922


Hemorrhagic brain metastasis from small-cell carcinoma of the urinary bladder.

Background Small-cell carcinoma of the urinary bladder accounts for 1% of all bladder tumors. We describe a rare case of hemorrhagic metastatic brain tumor from SCCB that was treated by navigation-guided endoscopic biopsy. A 76-year-old man was diagnosed with a sudden onset of aphasia and right hemiplegia from three weeks ago. Case description A 76-year-old man was diagnosed with a 76-year-old man was diagnosed with a sexy and right hemiplegia. In the left basal ganglia, computed tomography revealed a mixed density mass. Conclusion Our patient had a rare case of brain metastasis resulting from SCCB's cerebral hemorrhage, which was rare. For the diagnosis of deep localized brain tumors of hemorrhage, navigation-guided endoscopic biopsy was most helpful.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35127220


Global management of brain metastasis from renal cell carcinoma.

A challenge for clinicians is that brain metastases in RCC patients are correlated with poor results and poor administration. Brain metastases in this setting, such as radiotherapy, stereotactic radiotherapy/stereotactic radiosurgery, and whole brain radiation therapy are all necessary. In the majority of cases, brain metastases in this setting necessitate local intervention such as radiotherapy, stereotactic radiotherapy/stereotactic radiosurgery/stereotactic radiosurgery/stere.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35063636


Undetectable Brain Metastasis of Hepatocellular Carcinoma by PET-CT After Liver Transplantation: a Case Report.

Since successfully downstaging, a case report shows that a 60-year old male patient with HBV-related HCC underwent living donor liver transplantation. Patients admitted to hospital with confusion and seizure after the transplantation of brain tumors by brain tomography, and confirmed brain metastasis by brain tomography. Conclusion With the unexplained increase of AFP following transplantation, it is easier to keep brain metastases in mind and perform cranial scanning with standard imaging techniques rather than FDG PET.

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/34811649

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