Ex vivo high resolution magic angle spinning metabolic profiles describe intratumoral histopathological tissue properties in adult human gliomas.

@article{Sava2011ExVH,
  title={Ex vivo high resolution magic angle spinning metabolic profiles describe intratumoral histopathological tissue properties in adult human gliomas.},
  author={Anca R Croitor Sava and M. Carmen Mart{\'i}nez-Bisbal and Sabine Van Huffel and J. Cerda and Diana Maria Sima and Bernardo Celda},
  journal={Magnetic resonance in medicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={65 2},
  pages={320-8}
}
In gliomas one can observe distinct histopathological tissue properties, such as viable tumor cells, necrotic tissue or regions where the tumor infiltrates normal brain. A first screening between the different intratumoral histopathological tissue properties would greatly assist in correctly diagnosing and prognosing gliomas. The potential of ex vivo high resolution magic angle spinning spectroscopy in characterizing these properties is analyzed and the biochemical differences between necrosis… CONTINUE READING

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