MRI is a good problem solving tool in patients with complex and unusual mediastinal lesions

Case 62: Using MRI with Dynamic Contrast and Cines to Sort out an Unusual Superior Mediastinal Lesion

MRI is a good problem solving tool in patients with complex and unusual mediastinal lesions

Bhavin Jankharia

A 41-years old had tachycardia, giddiness and fever. A CT scan was done, followed by another CT, a misdiagnosis, two PET scans, an MRI angio neck, and an attempted biopsy. Finally, like in last week's case, MRI allowed a definitive diagnosis to be made using both, dynamic contrast enhancement (DCE) and cine sequences.

The video explains the case in more detail.

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