Research on Imaging Diagnosis of Ganglion Cell Glioma in the Central Nervous System
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Qizhen Cao, Chen Hu, Chen Wen, and Xu Lin
Objective: This article analyzes 4 cases of ganglion cell glioma and summarizes the imaging performance. Methods: Four patients underwent MR plain scan and enhanced examination before operation. Results There were 4 cases of solid and cystic solid tumors. The solid part showed long or equal T1 length T2 signal, the signal was uneven, and the edges were unclear or clear. Tumors may have irregular or even enhancement after injection. The solid part may have a cyst cavity, calcification or accompanied by bleeding. Conclusion: Glioblastomas of ganglion cells are common in the temporal lobe, cerebellum, frontal lobe, suprasella cisterna and other areas. Temporal lobe tumors with calcification and cystic tumors in the brain should be distinguished from ganglion cell gliomas.
Imaging diagnosis, Ganglion cell glioma, Central nervous system