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Journal Scan / Research · November 03, 2020

High-Grade Glioma: Recurrent Tumor and Treatment Effects Have Different Magnetic Resonance Signatures



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Recurrent Tumor and Treatment-Induced Effects Have Different MR Signatures in Contrast Enhancing and Non-Enhancing Lesions of High-Grade Gliomas
Neuro-oncology 2020 Oct 14;22(10)1516-1526, J Cluceru, SJ Nelson, Q Wen, JJ Phillips, A Shai, AM Molinaro, P Alcaide-Leon, MP Olson, D Nair, M LaFontaine, P Chunduru, JE Villanueva-Meyer, S Cha, SM Chang, MS Berger, JM Lupo

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