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  • Cerebral space occupying lesion - may be primary disease site or metastatic deposits.

  • Acute cerebral /other CNS oedema - may be disease related e.g. developing around an intrinsic lesion within the brain tissue e g. a tumour or an abscess or treatment related in the patient who is receiving radiotherapy.


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