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About 10% of all intracranial findings in cranial MRI were hemorrhages, or findings associated with bleeding. There was great variation in the hemorrhages as a result of their location and their age, and this could disguise the underlying lesions. Therefore a knowledge of the typical appearance of spontaneous bleeding and tumor bleeding is necessary for(More)
Magnetic resonance (MR) imaging was performed on 37 patients with histologically confirmed astrocytomas (I-III). In addition, the MR tissue parameters T1, T2 and proton density (RHO) were analysed by an interlaced CPMG spin echo sequence. Characteristic morphologic tumour patterns which subdivide astrocytomas into each different tumour grade are presented.(More)
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