A 43 year male presented to trauma services with loss of consciousness after being trampled by a horse. No focal neurological deficit was observed. Pupils were equal and reactive to light, with intact extra ocular muscle movements. Fundoscopy however showed a subretinal mass in the left eye.
A 41-year-old female patient presented to the hospital with a one year history of migrainous headaches, getting progressively worse. These headaches were intermittent during the day with pain located on the right side, sometimes sharp, sometimes pressure behind the right eye. No clinical signs of an orbital mass were found.
A 42-year-old man presented to ER with hallucinations and delirium. Initial work up revealed both intracranial and pulmonary lesions thought to be neurosarcoidosis, for which he was put on high dose steroids. A hilar node biopsy was obtained but results were inconclusive. Neurosurgery performed a stereotactic brain biopsy for definitive diagnosis.
22-year-old female patient G2P0 at 38 weeks of gestation. Prenatal ultrasound shows fetus with a right perithalamic cystic brain lesion. Further evaluation includes fetal MRI with single shot fast spin echo T2 sequences, post-natal transfontanelle ultrasound and sequencial post-natal MRIs at newborn, 3 months and 6 months of age.