MRI Brain scan 25yo male-lesion
My son experienced what was called a 'complex migraine' 2 weeks ago and went to ER. CT was clean. Went to Neurologist followup and an MRI (withand without contrast) was ordered.
The MRI revealed "Lesion in the region of the right foramen of Luschka with brisk somewhat heterogeneous enhancement with a maximum diameter of 1.5 cm with some extension into the inferior fourth ventricle, suspected to be extra medullary, but potentially with an intramedullary component, which statistically most likely represents an ependymoma, with other considerations including medulloblastoma…"
Neurologist has not reviewed yet, but we will hear back tomorrow. Anyone familiar with this? He has had migraines in the past. 3 episodes in his teens that lead to a negative meningitis test.
Thank you for any light you can shine on this.