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There is a fairly circumscribed T1-weighted hypointense, T2-weighted hyperintense lesion measuring 1.4 x 1.4 X approximately 1.3 cm (axial dimension x craniocaudal extent) in the medial left thalamus extending into the left midbrain with mild perilesional oedema. There are two closely associated T1-weighted hypointense, T2-weighted hyperintense lesions measuring 0.5 x 0.5 cm in the central midbrain anterior to the cerebral aqueduct of sylvius and 0.5 x 0.5 cm in the paramedian upper right midbrain. Mild T2w signal prolongation along the inferior medial right thalamus may be part of perilesional oedema. Medial bulging of the left thalamus IS seen related to the lesion IS seen with mild focal mass effect on the third ventricle. No significant hydrocephalus is noted. Lesions show no significant enhancement post-contrast. No leptomeningeal enhancement is noted.
Radlink Diagnestic Imaging [S] Pte or aneurysm. MRA of the extracranial internal carotid and vertebral arteries show satisfactory signal and caliber with no significant stenosis. The left vertebral artery is dominant. The visualized osseous structures, orbits and pituitary fossa are unremarkable. A thin film of mucus is seen in the left frontal and bilatcral ethmoid air cells. No significant abnormality is seen at the craniovertebral junction.
Impression: Non-enhandng T1-weighted hypointense, T2-weighted hyperintense lesion measuring 1.4 x1.4x1.3 cm in the medial left thalamus with extensian to the left midbrain and two closely associated smaller 5 mm lesions in the central and paramedian right midbrain with mild perilesional cedema are noted. There is medial bulging of the left thalamus with mild mass effect an the third ventricle with no associated hydrocephalus. Differentials may include left thalamic and right midbrain gliomas, less likely demyelinating lesions. Histological correlation may be helpful. Follow-up imaging will be helpful assess for interval change. No acute infarct or intracranial hemorrhage is seen. MRA of the circle of Willis and extracranial internal carotid and vertebral arteries show no significant stenosis or abnormality.