The Neuroradiological Diagnosis of Malignant Brain Tumors and Lesions that Mimic Brain Tumors

The Neuroradiological Diagnosis of Malignant Brain Tumors and Lesions that Mimic Brain Tumors

Linda Bagley, MD, of Penn Radiology, examines neuroradiological imaging as a resource for the differentiation of malignant from non-malignant neoplasms (neoplastic mimics). Employing scans from her practice throughout, Dr. Bagley describes the characteristics of glioblastoma, lymphoma and metastatic lesions to clarify their distinction from the neoplastic mimics (infarction, infection, vascular anomalies and the treatment effects). Her discussion also includes imaging for treatment planning and assessment.

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November 17, 2017

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