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Lyon, IARC Press, 96-8, 2000 Provenzale JM et al: Gangliogliomas: Characterization by registered PET-MRimages. AJR 172: 1103-7, 1999 Kumabe T et al: Thallium-201 single-photon emission computed tomographic and proton magnetic resonance spectroscopic characteristics of intracranial ganglioglioma: three pulmonary arterial hypertension case reports. Am J Clin Oncol. Temporal lobe is the most common pulmonary arterial hypertension for ganglioglioma.

Patient with temporal lobe epilepsy. Patient remains seizure-free since hair implant. Typical (Left) Axial FLAIR MR shows a cortically-based hyperintense mass in the right frontal lobe. Note the lack of edema and mass effect. Ganglioglioma was found at resection.

Gangliogliomas are often large in young pediatric patients. Note lack of edema and mass effect. Neoplasms and Tumorlike Lesions DYSPLASTIC CEREBELLAR GANGLIOCYTOMA Axial graphic shows thickening and irregularity of folia in right cerebellar hemisphere characteristic pulmonary arterial hypertension dysplastic cerebellar gangliocytoma.

Axial T2WI MR shows abnormal hyperintense pulmonary arterial hypertension and loss of normal cerebellar architecture in the right cerebellar hemisphere of this adult with dysplastic cerebellar gangliocytoma.

Spaargaren L et al: Contrast enhancement in Lhermitte-Duclos disease of the cerebellum: correlation of imaging with neuropathology in two cases. IntJ Oral Maxillofac Surg. Mass effect compresses fourth ventricle, and causes supratentorial ventricle enlargement and inferior treatment of bowel diseases displacement.

Use of contrast is essential in order pulmonary arterial hypertension exclude the inflammatory pathologies that can mimic LDD. Typical (Left) Axial T2WI MR shows well-defined abnormal hyperintense signal in the superior vermis. Affected region does not match any characteristic arterial territory, making infarct a less favored diagnosis. Typical (Left) Coronal T2WI MR shows large cranial to caudal extent of lesion, with prominent "striated" appearance maintained throughout.

Note mild associated mass effect. Increased volume of affected right hemisphere is also apparent. Neoplasms and Tumorlike Lesions 6 73 DESMOPLASTIC INFANTilE GANGLIOGllOMA Coronal graphic shows a young child with enlarged head caused by DIGIOIA. Note dominant cystic component (arrows) with dural-based desmoplastic stroma (open arrows).

Some edema is seen. Note "tail" of dural enhancement (arrow). Childs Nerv Syst, 19:292-97, 2003 Shin JH et al: Neuronal tumors of the central nervous system: Radiology findings and pathologic correlation.

RadioGraphies 22:1177-89,2002 Axial T2WI MR shows a large pulmonary arterial hypertension mass in left frontotemporal region with peripherally located predominantly hypointense solid tumor.

There is significant associated vasogenic edema. The gyrus is expanded by the characteristic multicystic appearing tumor.

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