Pericallosal lipoma and agenesis of corpus callosum with associated lipoma of choroid plexus: A rare case report and review of literature

Qays Hassan


Pericallosal lipomas are rare congenital malformative lesions occurring in the interhemispheric fissure closely related to the corpus callosum which is usually abnormal. Pericallosal lipomas may extend into either or both lateral ventricles and appearing as lipomas of choroid plexus in the absence of corpus callosum. I observed this in an interesting case, and, as this is uncommon, I reporting it in order to increase awareness about this unusual presentation and to review briefly criteria of its pathogenesis & diagnosis.

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