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Intracranial Metastases: Imaging and Differential Diagnosis

Intracranial Metastases: Imaging and Differential Diagnosis

Intracranial Metastases: Imaging and Differential Diagnosis

Lesley Cala
Lesley Cala
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Launch date: 11 Jul 2018
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Last updated: 11 Jul 2018

Reference: 190826

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Description

This session looks at the use of the various imaging modalities to identify a mass lesion as a metastasis and suggest its organ of origin in order to direct further imaging and clinical management.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• Distinguish extra-axial from intra-axial tumours
• Know the frequency with which different non central nervous system primary tumours spread to the intracranial compartment
• Recognise the commoner patterns of metastases using the different imaging modalities
• Know how informed reporting can affect clinical management
• Recognise the appearance of metastases on CT and MRI, including the response of the lesion to the administration of intravenous (IV) contrast Metastases should enhance
• Distinguish spread of tumour from the skull vault and skull base into the brain from lesions that are metastases in the dura, leptomeninges or parenchyma
• Recognise carcinomatous encephalitis and be able to distinguish limbic encephalitis especially from oat cell carcinoma with the differential diagnosis being from herpes simplex encephalitis
• Select the most useful imaging modality to accurately assess the likelihood of a mass being a primary tumour versus a metastasis
• Recognise the value of different imaging modalities to display bone versus brain deposits as discovery of even a solitary brain metastasis greatly alters the management and prognosis of the cancer patient
• Predict the possible primary site of origin of a metastasis to guide the clinician down a diagnostic pathway which will contribute to clinical management
• Identify the features of imaging post therapy, including the differential diagnosis of the appearances
Lesley Cala

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Lesley Cala
on behalf of Health Education England

Clinical Professor

Lesley Cala is a graduate of the University of Western Australia, with a higher degree by research (MD Thesis title: Neuroradiological diagnosis of intracranial tumours) and is the author of 68 peer-reviewed publications.

She undertook postgraduate training in radiology in Leeds, Derby and London, finally serving as Senior Registrar at the Royal London Hospital before returning to Australia.

Lesley is Fellow of the Royal College of Radiologists (RCR) in London and a member of the British Institute of Radiology (BIR), the Fellowship of The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (FRANZCR) and the British Society of Neuroradiologists (BSNR) as well as five other neuroradiological societies.

Lesley is Clinical Professor at the Australian Research Centre for Medical Engineering and in the School of Surgery and Pathology at the University of Western Australia and Murdoch University.

Lesley is also an author for Module 6b Neuroradiology on the Radiology Integrated Training Initiative (R-ITI) project.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.75 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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