Abnormal Cerebral Computed Tomography Scan Status Post Lung Cancer
Patient is a 69-year-old white man who 3 years ago had a right upper lobectomy for squamous cell carcinoma of the lung with no positive nodes, mediastinal or hilar. On admission currently, he complains of headaches and ataxia of 2 weeks’ duration. A computed tomography (CT) scan showed a low-density lesion in the medial aspect of the left cerebellar hemisphere with circumferential contrast enhancement. Chest X-rays, as well as numerous other tests are normal.
KeywordsBrain Metastasis Stereotactic Radiosurgery Brain Radiation Large Cell Carcinoma Intracranial Metastasis
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