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CT findings in multicentric glioblastoma: diagnostic-pathologic correlation



CT findings in multicentric glioblastoma: diagnostic-pathologic correlation



Journal of Computed Tomography 4(3): 187-192



Computerized cranial tomography (CCT) and angiographic findings in three cases of multicentric glioblastoma are reported. Differentiation of multicentric glioblastoma from diffuse metastatic deposits or multiple abscesses can be difficult with CCT. Apart from demonstrating a mass effect in one case and tumor neovascularity in the second case, angiography did not provide additional helpful information. The pathological diagnoses of these lesions were confirmed by biopsy and subsequent autopsy. Pathological differentiation of the multifocal or multicentric nature of the glioblastoma can be made only at autopsy.

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Accession: 042429834

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PMID: 6266773

DOI: 10.1016/0149-936x(80)90003-x


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