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Magnetic Resonance Imaging Features of Primary Brain Tumors in Dogs

Thomas W.B., Wheeler S.J., Kramer R., et al.

Vet Rad & Ultrasound, 1995. 37(1): p.20-27.

Magnetic resonance images of twenty-five dogs with histopathologically confirmed primary brain tumors were evaluated. A lesion was visible in each dog. Meningiomas were extra-axial lesions that enhanced markedly withj gadolinium-DTPA. Glimas were Characteized by intra-axial location, significant mass effect and surrounding edema, and variable enhancement patterns. Choroid plexus tumors and pituitary tumors were differentiated by their location and marked enbancement. Prediction of general typeof tumor was correct in 24 of 25 dogs.