Published in Telemedicine Law Weekly, July 31st, 2004
"The conventional MR imaging appearance of gangliogliomas is often variable and nonspecific," radiologists in the United States explained.
In a study conducted by M. Law and colleagues at the New York University Medical Center, "[c]onventional MR images, relative cerebral blood volume (rCBV) and vascular permeability (Ktrans ) measurements were reviewed in 20 patients with pathologically proven grade 1 and 2 gangliogliomas (n=20) and compared to a group of grade 2 low-grade gliomas (n=30)."
"The conventional MRI findings demonstrated...
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