Published in TB and Outbreaks Week, May 15th, 2001
Two radiologists independently evaluated 100 MRIs from patients with tuberculous (n=50), pyogenic (n=33), viral (n=14), or fungal (n=3) meningoencephalitis to establish the value of this imaging tool in diagnosis.
M.H. Pui and colleagues determined the "number, size, location, signal characteristics, surrounding edema, and contrast enhancement pattern of nodular lesions; location and pattern of meningeal enhancement; and extent of infarct or encephalitis and...
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