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    DCE-TI Case Study

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    Overlap in morphologic characteristics and kinetic features of malignant and benign lesions caused improper classifications. In an attempt to increase diagnostic efficacy, mainly the specificity of breast MR, we evaluated the additional role of DWI and MRS. We ensured that DWI was performed prior to contrast enhancement to

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    The poem “Anastrophe Elegy” by Rebecca Foust tells the story of a woman who falls madly in love with a man. This woman, was the “it girl” she was talented, smart, beautiful, and athletic. She had many different roles in peoples lives such as girlfriend, wife, mother, friend, coach and many more. However, she met a man whom she falls in love with. As a result of love she gives her all to him. She went above and beyond for this man giving up much of herself to make sure he was happy. After spending

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    benign lesions caused improper classifications. In an attempt to increase diagnostic efficacy, mainly the specificity of breast MR, we evaluated the additional role of DWI and MRS. We ensured that DWI was performed prior to contrast enhancement to avoid the effect of contrast material.

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    Essay about What Is Flaccid Dysarthria?

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    nervous system to the muscle fibers; from the brainstem to the cranial nerves with motor function, or from the anterior horns of grey matter to the spinal nerves (Murdoch, 1998). If there are lesions to spinal nerves and the cranial nerves with motor speech functions, it is indicative of a lower motor neuron lesion and flaccid dysarthria. Damage to lower motor neurons that supply the speech

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    3p25.13 One of these tumors is the hemangioblastoma. These tumors consistently occur in “the retina, cerebellum, brainstem and dorsal spinal cord.”13 Hemangioblastomas are benign neoplasms with no potential to metastasize. They are space occupying lesions that can cause neurological deficit and can have a high mortality rate due to tonsillar herniation, compression of the brainstem, and hydrocephalus if left untreated. Hemangioblastomas may have a syrinx or pseudocyst evident with magnetic resonance

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    takes place only when an affected body part is moving to change position intentionally. Action tremor is subdivided into three types: cerebellar lesion, rubral tremor, and psychogenic tremor. Cerebellar lesions and rubral tremors are discussed in the paragraphs below (Grimaldi & Manto, 2013). Cerebellar lesion. A cerebellar lesion is a tremor related to cerebellar disorders. It happens after a patient suffers a stroke that causes cerebellum damage. The damage to the cerebellum impairs muscle coordination

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    earlier was admitted with cerebellar features. A Cerebellar vermis metastasis had been confirmed radiologically .Fig 1. She had been treated with whole brain radiotherapy (WBRT) for presumed metastatic melanoma. Her baseline staging CT was entirely normal apart from tiny non-specific liver lesion. Furthermore, WBRT, positron-emission computed tomography (PET-CT) showed multiple suspicious lesions in both lungs as well as in spleen. In the liver solitary FDG avid lesion highly suspicious of metastatic

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    Cowden Syndrome

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    to the antrum. Nodularity of the bulb and D2 was also seen and multiple polyps of different sizes were seen in colon (Figure B) (Video 1). Biopsies was taken from these polyps and reported as hamartomatous polyps. The patient had facial and acral lesions which biopsy confirmed trichilemmomas and acral keratosis. Thyroid and breast sonography showed multiple benign nodules which was

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    For the first experiment, the subjects were male rats that were either 8 weeks old or older. By means of a stereotaxic surgery, a lesion was made into their medial forebrain in which the purpose was to inject the 6-hydroxydopamine toxin. Another group of rats were also operated on to control for any antagonistic effects that the surgery itself might have had. Whether they were to be

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    Cerebellar lesions of the CNS can result in intention tremors, dysmetria (errors in depth perception), dyssynergia (broken movements), dysdiadochokinesia, adiadochokinesia, ataxia (uncoordinated movements), and ataxic gait as commonly seen with the conception of alcohol. Lesions of the basal ganglia may result in resting tremors, cogwheel rigidity, hypokinesia, festinating gait (small, fast

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