An update on the pathophysiology of idiopathic intracranial hypertension alias pseudotumor
Segmental atrophy of the liver: A distinctive pseudotumor
of the liver with variable histologic appearances.
Acetazolamide for pseudotumor
cerebri--evidence from the NORDIC trial.
Idiopathic orbital myositis, also called myositis subtype of idiopathic orbital inflammatory pseudotumor
, first described by Gleason (10) in 1903, is a myositis resulting in the inflammation of the extraocular muscles without any local or systemic reason.
The incidence of pseudotumor
cerebri: population studies in Iowa and Louisiana.
The average maximum thickness of pseudotumors
around the arterial and/or aortic walls was 12 mm (4-18 mm).
Extrapulmonary inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor (inflammatory pseudotumor
): a clinicopathologic and immunohistochemical study of 84 cases.
The patient was diagnosed as having pseudotumor
cerebri and herpes encephalitis and acetazolamide and acyclovir was initiated.
Plasma cell granuloma (inflammatory pseudotumor
) of the breast.
She was diagnosed with pseudotumor
cerebri, in which pressure rises around the brain.
An MRI orbit showed an ill-definedT1/T2 isointense-to-hypointense lesion (pseudotumor
) replacing the orbital fat that diffusely involved intra- and extraconal compartments (Figure 1b, arrows).The extraocular muscles were encased by the lesion and appeared bulky, with mild flattening of the posterior globe (Figure 1c, arrows).