Marc Wygoda

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Cerebellar cyst is a known but uncommon entity. It is congenital in most cases, or may develop after brain parenchyma injuries or interventions. To our knowledge, de novo cerebellar cyst after extra-axial tumor excision, has not been described in the literature. We present the first reported case of a de novo cerebellar cyst developing in a 70-year-old(More)
BACKGROUND Conventional magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is unable to differentiate tumor/nontumor enhancing tissues. We have applied delayed-contrast MRI for calculating high resolution treatment response assessment maps (TRAMs) clearly differentiating tumor/nontumor tissues in brain tumor patients. METHODS One hundred and fifty patients with(More)
Stereotactic radiosurgery has emerged in recent years as a key treatment technique for a number of intracranial lesions, whether malignant or benign. In this issue of IMAJ, Attia and colleagues present a review of this treatment modality in general, as well as of their own experience [1]. The group from Sheba Medical Center is to be commended for their(More)
Group B 9343, which showed that locoregional recurrence continues to occur beyond 5 years (7). Furthermore, when compared with the initial results (5), the updated results of TARGIT-A (4) demonstrate a much higher increase in the rate of local recurrences for PBI (23 vs 6) compared with external beam radiotherapy group (11 vs 5). Further, we disagree with(More)
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