A 48 year old man had been followed in our clinic for approximately 5 years. He had previously been treated at another institution after being diagnosed with a malignant glioma after suffering from seizures. After his initial presentation with seizures, he had surgical resection of a small tumour of the right frontal region, and then this was followed with radiotherapy and chemotherapy. He made a reasonable recovery from this.
On routine follow up MRI scans, a new enhancing area adjacent to the resection cavity was identified.
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