گزارش يك مورد سل مخچه در يك مرد چهل ساله از اردبيل

چینی فروش, میرمهدی and رضائی قالیچی, الناز (1388) گزارش يك مورد سل مخچه در يك مرد چهل ساله از اردبيل. در: 18th European Congress of Psychiatry, February 27, March 2, 2010 , Munich, Germany .

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case report of cerebellum tuberculosis in 40 years old male of ardabil

English Abstract

Background Tuberculoma occurs in all age groups but are encountered most often during the first three decades of life. Recognized extra cranial infection or a history of exposure to tubercle bacilli are common but not constant feature. Method Microscopically, the process of caseation culminates centerally as a core of amorphous eosinophilic substance but remains imperfect peripherally as a basophilic band of karyorrhectic debris. It is in this outer zone that tubercle bacilli are to be found in greatest abundance. The firm lamina that surrounds the caseous component consists of chronically inflamed fibrous tissue, scattered islands of lymphoid cells, granulomas & giant cells. Polymorphonuclear leukocytes predominate in some lesion. The paucity of granulomatous inflammation in rare lesions produces a similarity to the more common pyogenic abscess. Granulomatous forms of cerebritis also are seen in other mycobacterial & fungal infections, parasitic or spirochetal infection, and in idiopathic condition such as sarcoidosis, crohn disease, SLE. The only way to establish a definitive diagnosis is by biopsy. Results Signs & symptoms as headache, seizures, papilledema, hemiplegia, and cerebellar dysfunction are expressions of the lesion's destructive & expansile nature. Fever may intimate its inflammatory character. In situ the Tuberculoma is remarkable for the contrast between its hard consistency & that of juxtaposed edematous brain. Discussion Although, social & economic development lessen the incidence of brain tuberculomas, it might be a matter for the neurosurgeon which must be differentiated from abscess.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Poster)
زبان سند : انگلیسی
نویسنده مسئول :میرمهدی چینی فروش
Uncontrolled Keywords:سل، مخچه، اردبيل
کلیدواژه ها (انگلیسی):Tuberculosis, Cerebellum, Ardabil
Subjects:WL Nervous system
WA Public Health
WA Public Health
Divisions:Faculty of Medicine > Department of Basic Sciences > Department of Pathology
ID Code:1809
Deposited By: Dr MirMahdi Chinifroush
Deposited On:01 Sep 1389 05:16
Last Modified:07 Jul 1393 05:26

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