Intracranial tumor in children: MR imaging findings within 24 hours of craniotomy.

@article{Oser1997IntracranialTI,
  title={Intracranial tumor in children: MR imaging findings within 24 hours of craniotomy.},
  author={Allen B. Oser and C J Moran and Bruce A. Kaufman and Tae Sung Park},
  journal={Radiology},
  year={1997},
  volume={205 3},
  pages={807-12}
}
PURPOSE To evaluate whether very early magnetic resonance (MR) imaging enables distinction of residual tumor from benign postoperative change in children. MATERIALS AND METHODS Forty-six postoperative MR examinations were performed in 43 children with intracranial tumors within 24 hours of the completion of surgery during a 2-year period. These examinations were categorized according to whether residual tumor could be definitely identified or excluded, or whether the diagnosis was uncertain… CONTINUE READING

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