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July-December 2022
Volume 5 | Issue 2
Page Nos. 19-44

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DOI:10.4103/IJNO.IJNO_Abstract  
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Simultaneous coexisting intracranial gliosarcoma and pituitary adenoma: A rare phenomenon p. 37
Sunit Mediratta, Sudheer Kumar Tyagi, Debnath Dwaipayan
DOI:10.4103/IJNO.IJNO_9_22  
Simultaneous occurrence of two primary brain tumors with different pathologies is rare. These tumors have occasionally been reported with history of phakomatosis or radiotherapy. De novo occurrence is extremely rare with only 71 cases reported. We present a case report of a simultaneous occurrence of a temporal lobe gliosarcoma with a pituitary adenoma. The patient underwent surgery for both lesions in the same hospitalization and survived 13 months.
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Radiotherapeutic management of recurrent choroid plexus carcinoma with spine metastasis and delayed local brain recurrence in young adult male: A case report p. 41
Siddharth Malukar, Maitrik Mehta, Suryanarayana Kunikullaya, Ankita Parikh, Akash Pandya, Tasneem Nalawala, Heena Rathod, Dhara Patel, Krishna Prajapati
DOI:10.4103/IJNO.IJNO_7_22  
Choroid plexus tumors or “Plexus-chorioideuscarcinomata” are rare malignancies with only a few reported cases. Choroid plexus carcinoma (CPC) is classified under the World Health Organization grade 3. CPC has fewer chances of occurrence in adults than in children. Recurrent CPCs have even more rare occurrences. Herein, we discuss a treated case of CPC in a 26-year-old adult male with spinal metastasis and delayed occurrence of local brain recurrence treated with radiotherapy for symptoms palliation. Clinical features, radiological findings, histopathological examination, and immunohistochemical findings are important in the diagnosis and management of such lesions. It is important to be aware of and know how to deal with such recurrent lesions.
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