Tolosa-Hunt syndrome (THS) is a painful, usually unilateral ophthalmoparesis or ophthalmoplegia caused by nonspecific inflammation (granulomatous or nongranulomatous) of the cavernous
sinus or superior orbital fissure.
A follow-up MRI in patient 5 after three months showed decreased signal intensity and enhancement of the affected cavernous
Angiomas of the Spinal Cord.
The patient was finally diagnosed with intracranial space-occupying lesions and cavernous
Blood samples were sent to the laboratory for cavernous
blood gases, full blood count, and renal function tests.
7) Of the remaining cases, 26 (11%) displayed acute ischemic necrosis and 69 (30%) were diagnosed as cavernous
degeneration, a morphologic variant of ION (see below).
The lesion was resected and the diagnosis of cavernous
type hemangioma was confirmed by pathology studies.
We describe a case of cavernous
hemangioma spleen in a 40 years old woman putting emphasis on its presentation.
Sinus Fistula (CCF) is defined as an abnormal connection between the Cavernous
Sinus (CS) and the carotid arterial system.
It is an idiopathic condition which develops due to non-specific granulomatous inflammatory process in the region of the cavernous
sinus/superior orbital fissure.
haemangioma multiple and brain aneurysm thrombosed: an unusual association
Brain magnetic resonance imaging showed abnormal enhancement involving the right cavernous
sinus extending along the tracks of the right fifth, seventh, and eighth cranial nerves (Figure 1).