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Perneczky G et al.  
Spinal Meningiomas: A Comprehensive Overview and Own Experience

European Association of NeuroOncology Magazine 2013; 3 (3): 118-121

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Spinal Meningioma
Figure 1a-e: Pre- and intraoperative findings: (a) T2-weighted native sagittal MR image: the tumour can be nicely delineated (red arrow). (b, c) Axial T1-weighted contrastenhanced sequence: inhomogeneous contrast enhancement is due to intratumoural calcifications (red arrow). (d) Sagittal contrast-enhanced T1-weighted image: again, the calcifications can be seen as contrast agent-free areas within the tumour (red arrow). (e) Intraoperative findings: the spinal cord is carefully mobilized under IOM. The tumour (blue arrow) can be seen at the left ventral dura.

Keywords: MRIspinal meningioma
Spinal Menigioma
Figure 2: Postoperative MR scans: (a) T1-weighted contrast-enhanced MR images: the spinal cord (red arrow) is in normal location. No tumour remnants are visible. (b) T2-weighted native MR scan: the surgical dorsal approach and complete tumour removal are documented.

Keywords: MRIspinal meningioma
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