In brain tumor imaging the neuroradiologist has multiple objective

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In brain tumor imaging, the neuroradiologist FIFA 17 coins packs has multiple objectives. First, we aim to make a specific diagnosis, namely to differentiate between tumor and nontumoral disease. Second, if the diagnosis is glioma, then determination of the underlying tumor biology or grade is important to determine the most appropriate therapy and surgery. Third, prior to therapy, the surgeon or radiation oncologist should determine the true extent of disease for surgical resection or radiation portal design by characterizing the peritumoral region. Last-but certainly not least-after surgery or radiation, differentiation between residual/recurrent tumor versus radiation/therapeutic necrosis is important. Diffusion tensor imaging has been utilized in each of these settings to determine if it can be useful in tumor imaging.

As mentioned Fifa Coins previously, can be used to differentiate pyogenic abscess from other ring-enhancing mass lesions. Desprechins et al 56 reported that pyogenic abscesses demonstrate diffusion restriction when compared with necrotic gliomas and metastases. Recent studies that investigated the use of DTI for classifying glioma grade have shown mixed findings. Inoue et al 57 studied 41 patients with histologically proven gliomas and measuredand within solid portions of the tumors. Their findings suggested, similarly to ours, thatwas significantly decreased in both low- and high-grade tumors as compared with, and thatvalues were higher within anaplastic tumors than within low-grade lesions. Inoue's group suggested that the histologic characteristics of high-grade malignancies (including endothelial proliferation and pseudopalisading) may be responsible for the increasedindicative of histologic organization. They concluded thatcould be used to differentiate tumor grade preoperatively, but that was not useful in differentiating low-grade from high-grade gliomas.

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