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Ahmed Abdalla, Amr Aref, Amer Alame, Mohamad Barawi, Danny Ma, and Zyad Kafri

received conventional CRT with 5FU or capecitabine. All patients got MRI and endorectal ultrasound (ERUS) at baseline, after completing FOLFOX 3-months regimen and after finishing conventional CRT. Patients underwent either full-thickness local excision or

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Stephanie A. Morris, Dorothy Farrell, and Piotr Grodzinski

, targeted nanoparticles can provide molecular imaging functionality through site- or activity-specific localization. Iron oxide nanoparticles provide a sensitive, low-toxicity alternative to standard MRI contrast agents, such as injected gadolinium. 39

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Michelle L. McDonald and J. Kellogg Parsons

least one prior negative biopsy. 51 , 55 MRI Increasing interest is being shown in the role of multiparametric MRI in prostate cancer diagnosis. Recent evidence suggests a benefit of MRI-targeted prostate biopsy compared with standard transrectal

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Eric T. Wong and Steven Brem

tracking . J Mag Reson Imaging 2005 ; 22 : 710 – 717 . 45. Wong ET Jackson EF Hess KR . Correlation between dynamic MRI and outcome in patients with malignant gliomas . Neurology 1998 ; 50 : 777 – 781 . 46. Roberts HC Roberts

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Agda Karina Eterovic, Ossama M. Maher, Joya Chandra, Ken Chen, Jason Huse, and Wafik Zaky

at the anterior mediastinum, liver, bone marrow, skull, and third lumber vertebra. Brain MRI revealed disease in the right orbital fossa extending to the middle cranial fossa, with no intracranial or cerebellar disease. The patient underwent fine

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Chongkai Wang and Marwan Fakih

CA19-9 tumor marker response during treatment. (B) CT image from PET/CT scan before trastuzumab + lapatinib (red arrow: liver lesion, 2.4 × 1.4 cm). (C) MRI scan after 8 cycles of trastuzumab + lapatinib (red arrow: the same lesion, 0.7 × 0.9 cm

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Jarred Burkart, Dwight Owen, Manisha H. Shah, Sherif R. Z. Abdel-Misih, Sameek Roychowdhury, Robert Wesolowski, Sigurdis Haraldsdottir, Julie W. Reeser, Eric Samorodnitsky, Amy Smith, and Bhavana Konda

revealed a large hemangioma but no other suspicious lesions ( Figure 1A ). MRI of the abdomen and pelvis confirmed imaging evidence of a 9.4 x 8.4-cm hemangioma, but also showed 2 small lesions in the inferior right lobe of the liver with ring enhancement

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Brian J. Williams, Daniel M.S. Raper, Erin Godbout, T. David Bourne, Daniel M. Prevedello, Amin B. Kassam, and Deric M. Park

imaging, because plain radiographs often fail to diagnose chordoma and CT and MRI often end at S2. 15 , 18 , 19 Invasion and compression of adjacent neurologic structures can result in myriad symptoms, including weakness, numbness, bowel and bladder

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Justin Famoso, Gerald Lemole, Srinath Sundararajan, and Baldassarre Stea

, which revealed a poorly defined hyperdense mass in the pineal region associated with moderate obstructive hydrocephalus. Follow-up MRI revealed a homogenously enhancing pineal lesion on T1-wighted images, inseparable from the tectum, that measured 3

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Anastasia Drobysheva, Laura J. Klesse, Daniel C. Bowers, Veena Rajaram, Dinesh Rakheja, Charles F. Timmons, Jason Wang, Korgun Koral, Lynn Gargan, Erica Ramos, and Jason Y. Park

presented with persistent headache; MRI showed a solid and cystic posterior fossa tumor with patchy contrast enhancement. Over the next 7 years she underwent 3 incomplete surgical resections before experiencing progression with persistent growth of residual