Cerebral tumefactive demyelinating lesions.

@article{Qi2015CerebralTD,
  title={Cerebral tumefactive demyelinating lesions.},
  author={Wei Qi and Gui-jun Jia and Xinsheng Wang and Maozhi Zhang and Zhenyu Ma},
  journal={Oncology letters},
  year={2015},
  volume={10 3},
  pages={1763-1768}
}
Tumefactive demyelinating lesions (TDLs), are a rare demyelinating pathological disease in the central neurological system, which have been proven to be a diagnostic dilemma to neurosurgeons. The clinical presentation and radiographic appearance of these lesions often results in their misdiagnosis as intracranial tumors, such as gliomas, which leads to unnecessary surgical resection and adjunct radiation. In the present study, the clinical and radiographic features of 14 patients with cerebral… CONTINUE READING
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