Superficial Siderosis Webinar Transcript

superficial siderosis webinar transcript

Superficial Siderosis Webinar Transcript Presented by Dr. Michael Levy   To view the recorded webinar you may watch here Download a copy of the transcript and slides  here Click on the individual slide to view larger   Hi, my name is Dr. Michael Levy. I’m an assistant professor at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and a neurologist. I see patients with Superficial Siderosis of the nervous system. This webinar was really a joint effort with…

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Hemosiderin in the Cerebellum

Multiple Angioma Cerebellum Sagittal Siderosis

Putting A Face On The Enemy   “IMPRESSION: Diffusely abnormal decreased signal of the meningeal surfaces more pronounced about the brainstem, cerebellum, and basilar cisterns. There appears to be mild associated cerebellar atrophy. The MR findings, as well as the clinical report of dizziness and hearing loss, are consistent with superficial siderosis. Abnormally decreased signal is observed primarily on the T2-weighted series correlating with the pial and ependymal surfaces most pronounced about the brainstem, basilar…

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