Video: Radiation and Brain Tumors, Part 2 – Cured of One Cancer Only to Develop Another

Part 2 of a three-part series reviewing the effects of radiation on the brain.  Radiation is commonly used to treat a wide variety of neoplastic conditions and often has great success, but sometimes the treatment can cause additional problems.   Join me on a narrated tour of radiation’s dark side in this review of radiation-induced brain... Continue Reading →

Video: Radiation and Brain Tumors, Part 1 – Radiation Necrosis and Brain Metastasis

Part 1 of a three-part series reviewing the effects of radiation on the brain. Radiation is commonly used to treat a wide variety of neoplastic conditions and often has great success, but sometimes the treatment can cause additional problems.  Join me on a narrated tour of radiation’s dark side in this review of radiation necrosis... Continue Reading →

Intraparenchymal Hemorrhage

The massive intraparenchymal hemorrhage depicted in the autopsy specimen of a 60-year-old male patient is the result of hypertensive vasculopathy. Bleeding originated in penetrating vessels of the basal ganglia and extended into adjacent cerebral structures. The blood acts as a space-occupying lesion, resulting in uncal and subfalcine herniation with associated tissue destruction.

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