Clinical Image - International Journal of Clinical & Medical Images (2014) Volume 1, Issue 7
Author(s): Mohd Iqbal Dar, Imran Nazir Salroo, Omar farooq
30 years male presented with complaints of head ache from last 4 years without any significant family history and focal neurological deficit. On cranial imaging there was a mass lesion which appears well define, hyperdence compaired to adjacent white matter. It was seen in occipital horn of right lateral ventricle arising from the choriodal plexus as shown in Figure 1 by arrow ( transverse plane ), Figure 2 (sagital plane) and with the characteristic features of punctate calcification in the lesion without any perilesional edema and hydrocephalus. Choroid plexus papilomas are a rare benign neoplasm of choroid plexus seen in children and are rarer in adults.