Published in Cancer Weekly, March 7th, 2006
"Intracranial AT/RT are rare and extremely aggressive neoplasms seen primarily in childhood. Imaging features are often considered non-specific. However, correct diagnosis of AT/RT is important because these tumors have a markedly different clinical prognosis and require more aggressive therapy," scientists reported in the journal Pediatric Radiology.
"[The study's aim was] to determine the imaging features of AT/RT. We retrospectively analyzed imaging findings in 11 patients with primary intracranial AT/RT presenting over a period of 5 years....
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