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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.

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Periventricular Pattern. Schematic Diagram. Thick periventricular enhancement, as shown around the right lateral ventricle, is usually neoplastic.  Most commonly this is either a high-grade astrocytoma (Glioblastoma) or primary CNS lymphoma.  Thin periventricular enhancement, as diagrammed around the left lateral ventricle, is usually infectious.
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MPX2732_synpic34438: Periventricular Pattern. Schematic Diagram. Thick periventricular enhancement, as shown around the right lateral ventricle, is usually neoplastic. Most commonly this is either a high-grade astrocytoma (Glioblastoma) or primary CNS lymphoma. Thin periventricular enhancement, as diagrammed around the left lateral ventricle, is usually infectious.


Patterns of Contrast Enhancement

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

Periventricular Pattern. Schematic Diagram. Thick periventricular enhancement, as shown around the right lateral ventricle, is usually neoplastic.  Most commonly this is either a high-grade astrocytoma (Glioblastoma) or primary CNS lymphoma.  Thin periventricular enhancement, as diagrammed around the left lateral ventricle, is usually infectious.
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MPX2732_synpic34438: Periventricular Pattern. Schematic Diagram. Thick periventricular enhancement, as shown around the right lateral ventricle, is usually neoplastic. Most commonly this is either a high-grade astrocytoma (Glioblastoma) or primary CNS lymphoma. Thin periventricular enhancement, as diagrammed around the left lateral ventricle, is usually infectious.

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.