Congenital intracranial space occupying lesion: a case repor
The present case has been reported in the Obstetrics & Gynecology International Journal

Congenital intracranial space occupying lesion (SOL) is extremely rare. The authors present a case of congenital intracranial space occupying lesion diagnosed during ultrasound at 33 weeks gestation.

Following delivery by caesarean section at 34 weeks, cranial ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the brain suggested primitive neuroectodermal tumour.

Parents declined surgery and baby subsequently passed away on day 11 of life. Prognosis of congenital SOL is generally poor. Accurate antenatal diagnosis is crucial to help in counselling and discussion of delivery options or termination of pregnancy.

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Dr. J●i B●●●●i Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Early diagnosis might have been helpful to decide appropriate steps.
Oct 21, 2018Like