pineal cyst

pin·e·al cyst

a cyst of the pineal gland; rarely of clinical importance.
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But the celebrations didn't last long as a spot of liquid - which was presumed to be blood - was found on a Pineal cyst he'd had since birth.
The prognosis of symptomatic pineal cyst is excellent; its complete resection, in addition to the pineal gland, is curative.
The two most common diagnostic errors surrounding pineal cyst are pilocytic astrocytoma and pineocytoma.
Pineal cyst presenting with intracystic and subarachnoid haemorrhage: report of a case and review of the literature.
Incidental pineal cysts in a prospectively ascertained normal cohort.
Pineal cysts are considered a normal finding, occurring in up to 40% of patients (1).