Spotlight on Colloid cysts

Colloid cysts are benign intraventricular lesions that may present with a variety of neurologic symptoms, most commonly headache from obstructive hydrocephalus. Dr. Matthew Tate of Northwestern University discusses the clinical presentation, diagnosis, and management of colloid cysts. In particular, data regarding management of asymptomatic colloid cysts as well as comparison of risks/benefits of different surgical techniques are discussed.

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