Published in State and Local Health Law Weekly, April 27th, 2006
According to a recent report, researchers in Austria conducted a study "to evaluate proton MR spectroscopic imaging with high spatial resolution for preoperative grading of suspected World Health Organization grades II and III gliomas. Institutional ethics committee approval and informed consent were obtained for control subjects but were not required for the retrospective component involving patients. Twenty-six patients (10 women, 16 men; mean age, 37.5 years) suspected of having gliomas and 26 age- and...
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