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Friday, March 15, 2013
An oddball sellar region mass
In the last post, it was noted that Dr. Peter Burger presented a series of sellar region "oddball lesions" at the recent USCAP meeting. The esteemed Dr. Mark Cohen was good enough to provide photographs (above) of one particular lesion that was discussed at the meeting: an osteolipoma of the tuber cinereum. Thank you, Dr. Cohen!