Pregnant patient presenting with syncope and a medulloblastoma: a case report
English

Mark Ishak
2011 Medical Student Research Journal  
Medulloblastoma is a primary cerebellar tumor seen most commonly in the pediatric population. In adults, it represents about 1% of cancer found in the central nervous system. In adult medulloblastoma, only one third of cases occur in women and even less in pregnant women. This case describes a 34-year-old pregnant woman who presented to the emergency department with the syncope, which was found to be secondary to a medulloblastoma.
doi:10.15404/msrj.001.001.winter/02 fatcat:cpuuqce56rcdfa2r2kodh6wtj4