22 June 2021>: Articles
Large Asymptomatic Retroperitoneal Ganglioneuroma Displacing Major Abdominal Organs and Vessels in an Adult
Unusual setting of medical care, Rare diseaseSulaiman AlShammari A* , Monirah M. Alsalouli E , AbdulRahman M. Alkabli A , Faisal M. Abanumay F , Mohammed N. AlAli D , Hussein Al-Sakkaf B , Thamer Bin Traiki A
Am J Case Rep 2021; 22:e931725
Figure 2. Relation of the mass to the spine. (A) An axial computed tomography scan of the bone shows erosions and remodeling of the L4 vertebral body (dotted arrow). (B) Axial and (C) Sagittal post-contrast T1-weighted magnetic resonance imaging shows a partially visible, heterogeneously enhancing retroperitoneal perivertebral mass (asterisks) surrounding the L4 vertebral body. It extends into the left L4-5 neural foramen (arrowhead) with an anterior epidural enhancing component opposite L4.