Published in Clinical Oncology Week, May 17th, 2004
MRI findings were analyzed "in patients in whom a diffuse abnormality of the meninges was revealed by MRI." T1 "and T2-weighted spin-echo or fast spin-echo images and contrast-enhanced T1-weighted images" were examined. "There were 15 patients with abnormalities on MRI, clinically suspected in 10," wrote scientists in the Czech Republic."
"Four had meningoencephalitis, one meningeal and subcortical sarcoidosis nodules, four meningeal malignancies - one disseminated oligodendroglioma, one with meningeal infiltration around an adenocarcinoma, three meningeal...
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