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  Year: 2006 | Volume: 14 | Issue: 3-4 | Pages: 161-162
  Case Report
Prvulovic N, Bosnjak M, Babic Z, Prvulovic M.
  DOI: 10.2298/AOO0604161P
  Intracranial lipomas are uncommon benign lesions of the central nervous system. Intracranial lipomas are usually asymptomatic and an occasional finding. They are frequently associated with more severe congenital anomalies like corpus callosum agenesis, and may present with seizures, headache, and behavioral disturbances. The MRI techniques are superior to CT and US in terms of exact anatomical localization of the lesions, and the origin of the lipoma and its relationship to surrounding structures.
  Key words: Lipoma; Brain Neoplasms; Corpus Callosum; Nervous System Malformations
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