MRI brain

Modality: MRI
Axial T1 C+
Modality: MRI (T1 C+)

- “ CNS Lymphoma has a propensity for periventricular spread. Due to the densely cellular nature of lymphoma, restriction is not uncommon on DWI. This...”

Used in the following articles:

  • Primary CNS lymphoma - “ Primary CNS lymphoma (PCNSL) are uncommon tumours, accounting for only 1% of malignant CNS tumours. By definition, there is no co-existing systemi...”
  • Intra-axial - “ Intra-axial is a term that denotes lesions that are within the brain parenchyma, in contrast to extra-axial, which describes lesions outside the b...”
  • Neurotoxoplasmosis - “ Neurotoxoplasmosis, also known as cerebral toxoplasmosis, is an opportunistic infection caused by the parasite Toxoplasma gondii.  It typically af...”
  • HIV/AIDS (CNS manifestations) - “ The CNS manifestations of HIV/AIDS (neuroAIDS) occur secondary to a wide range of neurodegenerative, infectious, inflammatory or neoplastic proces...”

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