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MR Imaging Presentation of Intracranial Disease Associated with Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis
AJNR 25:880-891, Prayer, D.,et al, 2004
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Article Abstract
In LCH, cranial and intercranial changes at MR imaging include 1) lesions of the craniofacial bone and skull base with or without soft-tissue extension; 2) intracranial, extra-axial changes (hypothalamic-pituitary region, meninges, circumventricular organs); 3) intracranial, intra-axial changes (white matter and gray matter); and 4) cerebral atrophy.
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