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<論文紹介:Neuroradiology 2021;63(8):1185–1213.他)>

神経放射線診断学において、Neuroradiology がとても役立ちますよ、
ということを以前お話ししましたが、最新号(Volume 63, issue 8, August 2021)から、下記2論文を紹介します。

Radiohistogenomics of pediatric low-grade neuroepithelial tumors. (Neuroradiology 2021;63(8):1185–1213.)
長大な小児Low-grade gliomaのレビューです。

Dural-based lesions: is it a meningioma?. (Neuroradiology 2021;63(8):1215–1225.)
髄膜腫とその類似疾患の鑑別点を検討しています。

We have a relatively high prevalence of meningioma mimics (7.2%). Dural-based lesions with homogeneous contrast enhancement (52%) are easily misdiagnosed as meningiomas. Most lesions mimic convexity (37.5%) or parafalcine (21.9%) meningiomas. We have determined five imaging red flags that can alert radiologists to consider meningioma mimics: (1) bone erosion (22.2%); (2) dural displacement sign (36%); (3) marked T2 hypointensity (32%); (4) marked T2 hyperintensity (12%); (5) absence of dural tail (48%). The most common mimic lesion in our series was hemangiopericytomas, followed by lymphomas and schwannomas.

 

そのほかの「Neuroradiology」誌関連は、こちら。

https://ocu-radiology.jp/news/news-3072/):
Cryptic asymptomatic parasellar high signal on time-of-flight MR angiography: how to resolve the clinical conundrum.
Bilateral lesions of the basal ganglia and thalami (central grey matter)—pictorial review.

https://ocu-radiology.jp/news/news-3041/):
Hypointense head and neck lesions on T2-weighted images: correlation with histopathologic findings.
Promises of artificial intelligence in neuroradiology: a systematic technographic review.
Spinal cord involvement in Kearns-Sayre syndrome: a neuroimaging study.
Left temporal hemorrhage caused by cerebral venous reflux of a brachio-brachial hemodialysis fistula.

https://ocu-radiology.jp/news/news-2811/):
Cerebral aneurysm in a giant perivascular space.
Brain miliary enhancement.
Neuroimaging characteristics and long-term prognosis of myxoma-related intracranial diseases.

https://ocu-radiology.jp/news/news-2456/):
本誌の紹介。
Conventional brain MRI features distinguishing limbic encephalitis from mesial temporal glioma.
Evaluation of multiparametric MRI differentiating sinonasal angiomatous polyp from malignant tumors.
Haemosiderin cap sign in cervical intramedullary schwannoma mimicking ependymoma: how to differentiate?