MRI studies after treatment of brain tumors in childhood and adolescence
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Forty-seven children and adolescents with brain tumors were examined by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) after tumor resection. The typical changes and complications after surgery and chemotherapy, as well as the corresponding MRI findings, are discussed. Typical examples of boundary-layer lesions, tumor recurrences, hydrocephalus, porencephalic cysts, and hygromas are given.
Key wordsBrain tumors Children Hydrocephalus Hygroma Porencephaly
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