TITLE

Cerebral High Grade Glioma with Crossed Cerebellar Metastases A Report of Three Cases

AUTHOR(S)
Kamble, R. B.; Venkataramana, N. K.; Shetty, R. V.; Naik, A. L.; Rao, S.; Diwakar, N.
PUB. DATE
August 2010
SOURCE
Neuroradiology Journal;Aug2010, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p429
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Case Study
ABSTRACT
We describe three patients with high grade supratentorial gliomas who were operated and later presented with cerebellar mass lesions on the opposite side. Supratentorial infarct with crossed cerebellar atrophy is a well-known entity called crossed cerebellar diaschisis. We hypothesize that sup ratentorial high grade tumours might also spread to the opposite cerebellum through crossed cerebrocerebellar fiber tracts similar to crossed cerebellar diaschisis.
ACCESSION #
55527499

 

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