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Patterns of Contrast Enhancement

Smirniotopoulos, M.D. JGSM - MedPix (2007)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Much can be learned by analyzing the pattern of contrast enhancement on MR or CT.

No MeSH data available.


Subcortical Nodular Pattern. Schematic diagram showing nodular lesions near the gray-white junction and one near the deep gray matter.  This pattern is typical for hematogenous dissemination of metastatic cancer and clot emboli.  Because of their typical subcortical location, metastases often present with cortical symptoms or seizures, while the lesions are small, often < 1cm in diameter.
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MPX2732_synpic34432: Subcortical Nodular Pattern. Schematic diagram showing nodular lesions near the gray-white junction and one near the deep gray matter. This pattern is typical for hematogenous dissemination of metastatic cancer and clot emboli. Because of their typical subcortical location, metastases often present with cortical symptoms or seizures, while the lesions are small, often < 1cm in diameter.


Patterns of Contrast Enhancement

Smirniotopoulos, M.D. JGSM - MedPix (2007)

Subcortical Nodular Pattern. Schematic diagram showing nodular lesions near the gray-white junction and one near the deep gray matter.  This pattern is typical for hematogenous dissemination of metastatic cancer and clot emboli.  Because of their typical subcortical location, metastases often present with cortical symptoms or seizures, while the lesions are small, often < 1cm in diameter.
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MPX2732_synpic34432: Subcortical Nodular Pattern. Schematic diagram showing nodular lesions near the gray-white junction and one near the deep gray matter. This pattern is typical for hematogenous dissemination of metastatic cancer and clot emboli. Because of their typical subcortical location, metastases often present with cortical symptoms or seizures, while the lesions are small, often < 1cm in diameter.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Topic

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Much can be learned by analyzing the pattern of contrast enhancement on MR or CT.

No MeSH data available.