fourth ventricle


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an irregular ventricle between the third ventricle and the central canal of the spinal cord

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There are classic imaging findings in Joubert syndrome, including the molar tooth sign and a bat-wing configuration of the fourth ventricle seen on axial MRI or CT.
While they usually arise in the fourth ventricle in adults (60%), they have also been described in the lateral and third ventricles as well as in the spinal cord (2).
16) There is also one report, to our knowledge, of a fourth ventricle neurocytoma with both lipomatous and ependymal differentiation.
An intraventricular cystic lesion was seen in fourth ventricle with an eccentric focus.
The patient's symptoms of irritability, ataxia, myoclonus, and ocular flutter 3 days after the onset of typical HFMD manifestations, along with CSF mononuclear pleocytosis and the lesions around the fourth ventricle shown on MRI, led to the diagnosis of rhombencephalitis associated with HFMD.
MRI of the brain showed a contrast enhancing lesion located at the roof of the fourth ventricle extending into the pons with significant edema.
2 centimeter mass in the fourth ventricle of the patient's brain to Dr.
The periaqueductal gray matter (PAG) describes a particular subcortical array of neurons located adjacent to the aqueduct of the fourth ventricle.
Stage 19: The Choroid Plexus of the Fourth Ventricle and the Medial Accessory Olivary Nucleus.
1) confirmed the Dandy-Walker malformation on the basis of an absent vermis, cystic dilatation of the fourth ventricle, an enlarged posterior fossa, upward displacement of the torcula and splayed hypoplastic cerebellar hemispheres.
Intracranial dermoids can also be found in the posterior cranial fossa within or in close proximity to the fourth ventricle.
Postoperative fourth ventricle tension pneumocephalus J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry.
The brain CT scan in INPH reveals enlargement of two lateral and third ventricles and relative sparing of the fourth ventricle.
ROSETTE-FORMING GLIONEURONAL TUMOR OF THE FOURTH VENTRICLE