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Tuberculoma

 
 
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Disease relevance of Tuberculoma

 

High impact information on Tuberculoma

  • The patient was continued on isoniazid and rifampin, with radiographic resolution of the tuberculoma 4 months later [6].
  • Following 9 months of treatment with isoniazid, ethambutol, rifampin, and pyrazinamide, most lesions resolved; however, one cortical tuberculoma enlarged significantly [6].
  • Both the limb dystonia and the tuberculoma resolved with maintained antituberculous treatment [7].
  • RESULTS: Nine of 10 tuberculomas showed FDG uptake at PET, and the mean peak standardized uptake value was 4.2 +/- 2.2 (SD) [8].
  • Though not histologically verified, it seems justified to conclude that in India a ring or disc enhancing lesion is the commonest accompaniment of focal epilepsy, and that at least one third (and probably more) of these lesions are tuberculomas [9].
 

Chemical compound and disease context of Tuberculoma

  • Fluorescein angiographic findings were compatible with the clinical diagnosis of a choroidal tuberculoma [10].
  • MT ratios from all the 33 lesions were consistent with tuberculomas while PMRS showed choline along with lipids in 7 predominantly cellular lesions simulating a neoplasm [11].
  • After gadolinium-DTPA enhancement, 2 malignant tumors and 7 tuberculomas showed a marginal rim enhancement pattern, whereas 15 malignant tumors and 2 tuberculomas revealed a diffuse enhancement [12].
  • Among the infective masses, pyogenic abscesses (n = 6) showed resonances only from cytosolic amino acids, lactate, alanine, and acetate; and tuberculomas (n = 11) showed only lipid resonances [13].
  • The choline/creatine ratio was greater than 1 in all tuberculomas but in none of the cysticerci [14].
 

Biological context of Tuberculoma

 

Anatomical context of Tuberculoma

 

Gene context of Tuberculoma

  • Only tuberculomas were associated with a midline shift on CT (four of six cases) [18].
  • Because of the possibility of late development of tuberculomas after initial successful treatment, all TBM patients need to be followed-up carefully for a long period [2].
  • Case report: hypothalamic tuberculoma associated with secondary panhypopituitarism [3].
  • There was no statistically significant difference between the outcome of the patients with and without CSF paradoxical response; however, new tuberculomas developed more frequently in the first group (p < 0.05) [19].
  • Reported here is an obstruction of the right ventricular outflow tract caused by a tuberculoma in a 15-year-old boy who presented with a ventricular septal defect [20].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Tuberculoma

References

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