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Enlarged tumefactive perivascular, or Virchow-Robin, spaces and hydrocephalus: do we need to treat? Illustrative cases

Belal Neyazi, Vanessa Magdalena Swiatek, Klaus-Peter Stein, Karl Hartmann, Ali Rashidi, Seraphine Zubel, Amir Amini, and I. Erol Sandalcioglu

instability. Diagnostic testing included MRI, which revealed a multicystic lesion in the area of the right basal ganglia and extending into the mesencephalon and pedunculus cerebelli ( Fig. 1B ). Importantly, there were no signs of hydrocephalus. Prior to presenting at our clinic, the patient had already undergone endoscopic third ventriculostomy and biopsy at a different hospital. Postoperatively, there was neither improvement nor a worsening of symptoms, and MRI findings remained stable. This case underscores the challenges associated with managing multicystic lesions in

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Vein of Galen malformations in the newborn: case series

Erik F. Hauck, Jeremy A. Yarden, Lily I. Hauck, Joseph M. Bibawy, Shervin Mirshahi, and Gerald A. Grant

vein of Galen malformations: technical note . J Neurosurg Pediatr . 2018 ; 23 ( 1 ): 86 – 91 . 30485233 12 Joo W , Mercier P , Kheradmand S , Vein of Galen malformation treated with the Micro Vascular Plug system: case report . J Neurosurg Pediatr . 2017 ; 19 ( 6 ): 729 – 733 . 28338447 13 Lomachinsky V , Taborsky J , Felici G , Charvat F , Benes Iii V , Liby P . Endoscopic third ventriculostomy in an infant with vein of Galen aneurysmal malformation treated by endovascular occlusion: case report and a review of