Reversible posterior leukoencephalopathy: difficult to detect if you have another explanation

Satisfaction of search and the history of Ruth

Ruth was a 54-year-old woman with a malignant tumor for which she received treatment with a tyrosine kinase inhibitors. She was having the drug for a month without a problem. But one day she started with diarrhea, confusion and agitation.

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Headcheese Sign, a common pattern associated with several pathological entities

Headcheese Sign

Headcheese sign refers to a radiological pattern in a chest CT scan that can be associated with several pathological entities, from different etiology such as an infection, an immune response or drugs. The name comes from the juxtaposition of 3 different densities with well-defined margination of hazy ground-glass opacity that looks like a “paté”.

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