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The New Zealand Medical Journal

 Journal of the New Zealand Medical Association, 29-April-2011, Vol 124 No 1333

A forehead lump
Badri Giri, Tapati Ghosh
Clinical
A 52-year-old female with no significant past medical history presented with a progressively increasing right forehead lump for last 6 months with mild headache for 2 months. A CT scan of the head was performed (Figure 1).
Figure 1
What is the diagnosis?
Author information: Badri Giri, MD, Carolinas Hospital System, Florence, South Carolina, USA; Tapati Ghosh, Mount Sinai School of Medicine (Bronx), New York, USA
Correspondence: Badri Giri, MD, Carolinas Hospital System, Florence, SC 29501, USA. Email: badrigiri11@gmail.com
     
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