Cerebral Granulomatous Angiitis Simulating Brain Tumor

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A case of surgically verified cerebral granulomatous angiitis, which was mistaken for a brain tumor on computed tomography, is reported. The focal, enhancing lesion was due to multiple confluent infarctions caused by the angiitic process.

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