Gliomas: histopathologic evaluation of changes in directionality and magnitude of water diffusion at diffusion-tensor MR imaging.

@article{Stadlbauer2006GliomasHE,
  title={Gliomas: histopathologic evaluation of changes in directionality and magnitude of water diffusion at diffusion-tensor MR imaging.},
  author={Andreas Stadlbauer and Oliver Ganslandt and Rolf Buslei and T. Hammen and Stephan Gruber and Ewald Moser and Michael Buchfelder and Erich Salomonowitz and Christopher Nimsky},
  journal={Radiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={240 3},
  pages={803-10}
}
PURPOSE To retrospectively correlate changes in fractional anisotropy (FA) and mean diffusivity in gliomas at diffusion-tensor magnetic resonance (MR) imaging with the degree of tumor cell infiltration determined histologically. MATERIALS AND METHODS The institutional review board required neither ethics committee approval nor patient informed consent for this study. Twenty patients (eight women, 12 men; age range, 18-53 years) with glioma (seven World Health Organization grade II and 13… CONTINUE READING
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