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The Relationship Between Biological and Imaging Characteristics in Enhancing and Nonenhancing Glioma

  • Janine M. LupoEmail author
  • Javier E. Villanueva-Meyer
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Abstract

Advanced MR imaging offers insights into the biological processes underpinning the enhancing and nonenhancing signal abnormality characteristic of glioma seen on routine MR imaging. Here we focus on physiologic and metabolic MR imaging techniques including diffusion, perfusion, and spectroscopy, as they relate to histopathology and molecular features of gliomas. The utility of these advanced techniques in evaluating glioma treatment response is also discussed.

Keywords

Glioma heterogeneity Image-guided tissue sampling Contrast-enhancing tumor Nonenhancing tumor Tumor biology 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of California San Francisco, Department of Radiology and Biomedical ImagingSan FranciscoUSA

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