16 August 2022>: Articles
Challenging differential diagnosis, Diagnostic / therapeutic accidents, Management of emergency care, Rare diseaseFrances Xiuyan Feng B , Negin Farsi B , Min Dai B , Areli K. Cuevas-Ocampo A , Diana M. Veillon A , James D. Cotelingam A*
Am J Case Rep 2022; 23:e935885
Figure 1. On MRI, a 2.1×1.9×1.7 cm isolated, well-defined inhomogeneous hypothalamic-chiasmatic mass with associated vasogenic edema extending to the hypothalamic area, thalami, and upper midbrain was observed. (A) T1-weighted axial views with contrast. (B) T1-weighted sagittal views with contrast.