Synovial sarcomas of the head and neck: CT and MR findings.


The authors present three cases of histologically proved synovial sarcoma. CT is useful in assessing erosive or destructive changes in bone, and in demonstrating calcifications. MR characteristics are nonspecific; calcifications within these tumors can be missed on MR. MR can help to assess tumor extension, vascular invasion, and hemorrhage within the tumor… (More)


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