foramen of Monro


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foramen of Monro

[fə′rā·mən əv mən′rō]
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The foramen of Monro, choroid plexus and thalamostriate vein were identified.
Caption: Figure 10 Nodular lesion in the region of foramen of Monro on the left suggestive of Subependymal giant cell astrocytoma.
A well-defined rounded abnormal signal intensity lesion was visualized at the foramen of Monro resulting in moderate acute hydrocephalus.
Neuroimaging of CN typically demonstrates a large, discrete, solitary lobulated mass near the foramen of Monro, which is often attached to the septum pellucidum, expanding into 1 or both lateral ventricles or the third ventricle.
Right transcortical transventricular microsurgical resection of cyst through the foramen of Monro. The cyst was attached to the tela choroidea and adjacent to the thalamostriate vein.
Foramen of Monro mass: MRI appearances permit diagnosis of cavernous haemangioma.
Repeat non-contrast CT of the brain revealed asymmetric lateral ventricles with a more obvious mass lesion in the right frontal horn, extending through the right foramen of Monro. Upon further questioning, the patient stated that this mass was found during a previous prolactinemia work-up and that it had remained stable in size over a four-year period (Figure 2).