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This pertinently illustrated and good referenced textual content serves as an up to date, appealing e-book of oncologic imaging for radiologists, oncologists, radiation therapists and others occupied with oncologic care. This quantity, with bankruptcy contributions from world-renowned specialists, presents scientific and learn details that underpins actual interpretation and good use of melanoma imaging. The ebook additionally highlights new advancements and advances in oncologic imaging.
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Fig. 10 Multiparametric analysis from representative case of a high-grade glioma. T1-weighted image (a) demonstrating a diffusely hypointense mass with surrounding edema in the left parietooccipital region. Co-registered FA map (b) showing regions of reduced anisotropy. Corresponding ADC map (c) and DWI image (d) demonstrating heterogeneous diffusion within the mass. Increased perfusion with a ring of high blood flow on CBF map (e) indicative of a high-grade glioma. Twodimensional CSI grid overlaid on T1-weighted image (lower panel) showing a representative voxel (black) and corresponding spectrum exhibiting various metabolites.
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