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471 Possible Causes for Skull Mass

  • Gardner Syndrome

    It is characterized by adenomatous intestinal polyps, multiple osteomas in the skull, maxillae, mandible, and multiple cutaneous and subcutaneous masses (epidermoids and desmoid[] Desmoid tumours or osteomas (skull, endosteal and exosteal osteomas). Thyroid masses. Investigations FBC.[] Commonly affected sites include angle of the mandible, skull, and the paranasal sinuses.[]

  • Multiple Myeloma

    Neuroradiological examinations revealed a solid intracranial-extracranial mass with an osteolytic lesion in the skull.[] […] of osteolytic skull at the lesioned site.[] A 60-year-old man presented with a slowly growing soft mass at his right frontal scalp after a mild head injury 6 months ago.[]

  • McCune-Albright Syndrome

    A head CT scan revealed a polyostotic fibrous dysplasia involving the entire skull.[] A 3.4-cm right frontal osseous cavity and an overlying right forehead subcutaneous soft-tissue mass were seen, measuring 5.2 cm in diameter and 1.6 cm thick.[]

  • Maffucci Syndrome

    Maffucci syndrome is a rare congenital nonhereditary disease consisting of the development of multiple enchondromas, hemangiomas and, less commonly, lymphangiomas. Enchondromas have a potential for malignant transformation and cause bone deformation, shortening, and fractures, while hemangiomas may cause severe[…][]

  • Patulous Eustachian Tube

    A positron-emission tomography-CT scan demonstrated a 2-cm hypermetabolic parapharyngeal mass, initially interpreted as a skull base tumor.[] Repeat neck CT confirmed a 2-cm hyperattenuated left parapharyngeal granulomatous mass.[]

  • Fibroma

    Although JPOF is a rare pathological entity, neurosurgeons must consider this odontogenic lesion in the differential diagnosis of skull masses given the lesion's aggressive[]

  • Thrombocytopenia

    The pathological result of the skull masses was revealed to be metastatic angiosarcoma.[] INTERVENTIONS: The patient underwent surgical excision of skull masses, and no subsequent radiotherapy or chemotherapy was done.[] DIAGNOSIS: The patient was found to have 2 skull masses on computed tomography (CT). Laboratory findings revealed erythropenia and thrombocytopenia.[]

  • Fracture

    With up to 11 kg skull traction for 7 days before surgery, the locked lateral mass and the lateral dislocation was finally reduced without any neurologic deficit.[] Computed tomography and open-mouth radiographs showed a type II odontoid fracture and a posterolateral dislocation with a laterally locked left lateral mass at the C1-C2 level[]

  • Head Injury

    Neuroradiological examinations revealed a solid intracranial-extracranial mass with an osteolytic lesion in the skull.[] ’s bony ridges Hematoma/Blood Clot- swelling or mass of blood between the skull and the brain or inside the brain itself Laceration- tearing of brain tissue and/or blood vessels[] […] of osteolytic skull at the lesioned site.[]

  • Hyponatremia

    […] hematoma, epidural hematoma ), post-traumatic headache Trauma can cause bleeding in the brain or shake the nerves, causing a post-traumatic headache Neuroimaging of brain, skull[] , and possibly cervical spine Inability to move a limb Arteriovenous malformation, collagen vascular disease, intracranial mass lesion Focal neurological signs indicate something[]

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