Figure 1.

Representative axial MR images with gadolinium, taken on initial admission. (A) T1-weighted MR image (T1WI); (B) Contrast-enhanced T1WI and (C) T2-weighted MR image (T2WI) showing a left occipital tumor with mild contrast enhancing; (D) at one month follow up, T1WI; (E) contrast-enhanced T1WI and (F) T2WI showing no apparent enhanced lesion; (G) 8 months later after the first surgery, T1WI; (H) contrast-enhanced T1WI and (I) T2WI showing marked enhanced mass on the cavity and recurrence; (J) 48 h after the second surgery, T1WI; (K) contrast-enhanced T1WI, and (L) T2WI showing no apparent enhanced lesion; (M) 8 months later after combination radiotherapy and chemotherapy, T1WI; (N) contrast-enhanced T1WI and (O) T2WI showing marked enhanced mass of the wall in the posterior portion of the removal cavity and left temporal areas, and recurrence of the enhanced tumor. (P, Q) 8 months later after combination radiotherapy and chemotherapy, sagittal spinal contrast-enhanced T1WI after gadolinium infusion showing high-intensity mass lesion in (P) T7, T10, and T12 vertebral bodies (arrowheads) and (Q) T12, L2, L3, L5, and S1 vertebral bodies (arrows).

Li et al. Diagnostic Pathology 2014 9:17   doi:10.1186/1746-1596-9-17
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