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Intrasellar Masses
Pituitary Adenoma
Pituitary apoplexy
Craniopharyngioma
Cysts (Rthke's)
Mets
Aneurysm
Abscess
Suprasellar Masses
SATCHMOE
Sellar lesion
Aneurysm
Teratoid Lesion (Germ Cell, epi/dermoid)
Craniopharyngioma
Mets, meningioma
Optic nerve glioma
EG
SATCHMOE
Suprasellar Masses - Adults
Macroadenoma (most common)
Meningimo
Glioma
Craniopharyngioma
Aneurysm
Suprasellar Masses - Children
Cranioparyngioma (most common)
Glioma
Germinoma
Hypothalamic hamartoma
EG
Posterior fossa tumor with lateral location
Astrocytoma
Posterior Fossa tumor with anterior location
brainstem glioma
Posterior Fossa Tumore with posterior location midline
medulloblastoma
Tumor within the 4th ventricle with spread through foramen of Luschka and Magendie
Ependymoma
Posterior fossa tumor with cystic component
Pilocytic Astrocytoma (kids)
Hemangioblastome (adults)
Brain Tumor in infants (<2 yrs)
Teratoma (most common)
PNET
Choroid plexus papilloma/carcinoma
Anaplastic astrocytoma
Intraventricular Tumor - Adults
Astrocytoma
Subependymoma
Meningioma
Mets
Cysticercosis
Intraventricular Tumor - Children
Choroid Plexus papilloma
Ependymoma
PNET (medulloblastoma)
Teratoma
Astrocytoma
CP Angle Mass
Acoustic Neuroma (90%)
Meningioma (10%)
Epidermoid
Arachnoid Cyst
Mets
Vertebrobasilar dolichoectasia
Exophytic glioma
Lipoma
Cystic CNS masses - neoplastic
Cystic astrocytoma
GBM
Hemangioblastoma
Mets (SCC)
Cystic CNS Masses - Benign
Dermoid/epidermoid
Arachnoid Cyst
Colloid Cyst
Cavum variants
Tumors with CSF Seeding
Choroid plexus papilloma/carcinoma
Ependymoma
PNET tumors (medullo, pineal)
Germinomas
GBM
Hyperdense brain lesion on CT
Lymphoma
PNET
Ependymoma
Germinoma

GBM
Mets
Calcified tumors

Hemorrhage
Hyperdense CNS mets
CT/MR
choriocarcinoma
thyroid
melanoma
renal cell
CT/MR
Ring Enhancement
primary, mets, lymphoma

Abcess, granuloma, MS, toxo, cysticercosis, vascular

resolving hematoma, infarct, vasculitis
Diffuse Meningeal Enhancement
Meningitis
Carcinomatosis
Postoperative
SAH
CSF leak
Basilar Meningeal Enhancement
TB (most common)
other infection, carcinomatosis, sarcoid, Whipple's disease
Ependymal Enhancement
Lymphoma
Mets
CSF seeding
meningitis, CMV
postshunt
T2 hyperintense basal ganglia lesions
Lymphoma
hypoxic encephalopathy
Neuorodegenrative
CO, CN, H2S, Methanol poisoning
TINT
Tumor
Ischemia
Neuordegenrative
Toxin
T1 hyperintense basal ganglia lesions
calcification
hepatic failure
NF
Manganese
Basal Ganglia Calcfiication
metabolic
Infectios (cystercosis)
Toxi/postanoxic
Mitochondrial disorders, Fahr's disease
Posterior Fossa Cystic Abnormalities
DW malformation
DW variant
Mega cisterna magna
Tertrocerebellar arachoid cyst
Chiari IV
Epidermoid/dermoid
Cystic tumor
Spinal Intramedullary lesions - tumors
Astrocytoma (most common)
Ependymoma
Hemangioblastoma
Mets (rare)
Spinal Intermedullary lesions - others
Demyelinating disease
Syringohydromyelia
AVM
Trauma (contusion)
Spinal Intradural Extramedullary lesions
Nerve Sheath tumor (most common)
Meningioma (80% thoracic)
Drop met
Lipoma
Teratomatous
Arachnois cyst
Arachnoiditis
AVM/AVF
Spinal Extradural lesions
Disk
Mets
Epidural Abscess
Hematoma
Lipomatosis (thoracic)
Synovial Cyst