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Advanced MRI prediction of meningioma histopathological classification: a literature review and case presentations

Abstract

Meningioma is not uncommon case; however, the differentiation of high-grade from low-grade meningioma is important. The rate of recurrence of grade I meningioma is 7-20%, but in grade II meningioma is 30-40% and in grade III 50-80%. Non-invasive MRI techniques that can differentiate high-grade from low-grade meningiomas before surgery are useful for surgical planning and subsequent treatment. We present a review article and some case studies of low-grade (WHO grade I) and high-grade (WHO grade II and grade III) meningioma with conventional MRI and continue with advanced MRI; we performed diffusion weighted imaging (DWI) with apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC) value, dynamic susceptibility contrast (DSC), dynamic contrast-enhanced (DCE) magnetic resonance (MR) perfusion and 3D ASL. From these three cases show that advanced magnetic resonance imaging with ADC value, DSC, DCE, and 3D arterial spin-labelling (ASL) is an essential sequence to differentiate high-grade from low-grade meningioma.

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How to Cite

Utomo, S. A., Bajamal, A. H., Yueniwati PW, Y., Haq, I. B. I., Fauziah, D., & Fajarini, E. S. (2022). Advanced MRI prediction of meningioma histopathological classification: a literature review and case presentations. Bali Medical Journal, 11(1), 23–27. https://doi.org/10.15562/bmj.v11i1.3100

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Sri Andreani Utomo
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Abdul Hafid Bajamal
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Yuyun Yueniwati PW
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Irwan Barlian Immadoel Haq
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