Introduction Neurenteric cysts (NCs) are rare intracranial lesions of endodermal origin. They typically arise as ventral intradural extramedullary spine developmental malformations. We present two atypical cases of intracranial NCs. Clinical Presentation The first patient presented with a headache and was found to have an enlarging 6.6cm left frontal lobe cystic mass. The second presented with diplopia secondary to left third nerve palsy and was found a have 1.7cm left superior prepontine lesion.
Teufack, Sonia; Campbell, Peter; and Moshel, Yaron A.
"Intracranial Neuroenteric Cysts: Two Atypical Cases and Review of the Literature,"
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