Presentation on theme: "Clinical Manifestations Progressive headache – No history of infection – Lack of fever, GI and urinary problems – Unremarkable laboratory work-up – Increasing."— Presentation transcript:
Clinical Manifestations Progressive headache – No history of infection – Lack of fever, GI and urinary problems – Unremarkable laboratory work-up – Increasing intensity, frequency, association with vomiting, unresponsive to medications – ↑ ICP secondary to an underlying tumor
Juvenile pilocytic astrocytoma – Localized signs and symptoms of cerebellar dysfunction Positive Romberg’s sign, intact motor strength, no gait disturbance Horizontal nystagmus, no auditory problems CT scan findings
– Others Headache Vomiting, with or without nausea No visual problems Anemia Hyperreflexia of the lower extremities No pathologic reflexes, supple neck
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