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Imaging Gliomas After Treatment

A Case-based Atlas

  • Tommaso Scarabino
  • Saverio Pollice
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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xii
  2. Introduction

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Saverio Pollice, Angela Lorusso, Tommaso Scarabino
      Pages 3-10
  3. Treatment of Gliomas

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 11-11
    2. Armando Rapanà, Maria Carmela Bruno, Pasquale Antonio Crudele, Claudia Pennisi, Mariagrazia Dibenedetto
      Pages 13-21
    3. Santa Bambace, Giuseppe Bove, Stefania Carbone, Samantha Cornacchia, Angelo Errico, Maria Cristina Frassanito et al.
      Pages 23-28
    4. Ileana De Roma, Lucia Lombardi, Gennaro Gadaleta-Caldarola
      Pages 29-37
  4. Post Treatment Neuroradiologic Imaging

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 39-39
    2. Saverio Pollice, Michela Capuano, Tommaso Scarabino
      Pages 41-45
    3. Alessandro Stecco, Eleonora Soligo, Alessio Paschè, Alessandro Carriero
      Pages 47-48
    4. Alessandro Stecco, Alessio Paschè, Laura Masini, Marco Krengli, Alessandro Carriero
      Pages 49-53
    5. Teresa Popolizio, Roberto Izzo, Rosario Francesco Balzano, Anna Maria Pennelli
      Pages 55-57
    6. Pasquale Di Fazio
      Pages 59-63
    7. Teresa Popolizio, Roberto Izzo, Rosario Francesco Balzano, Daniela Grasso
      Pages 65-69
  5. Clinical Cases

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 71-71
    2. Alessandro Stecco, Eleonora Soligo, Alessio Paschè, Alessandro Carriero
      Pages 73-76
    3. Alessandro Stecco, Eleonora Soligo, Alessio Paschè, Alessandro Carriero
      Pages 77-79
    4. Ferdinando Caranci, Andrea Elefante, Arturo Brunetti
      Pages 81-83
    5. Bianca Cusati, Ferdinando Caranci, Alfonso Ragozzino
      Pages 89-91
    6. Domenico Cicala, Ferdinando Caranci, Carmela Russo, Anna Nastro, Federica Mazio, Sossio Cirillo
      Pages 93-98
    7. Ferdinando Caranci, Enrico Tedeschi, Arturo Brunetti
      Pages 99-102
    8. Alessandro Stecco, Francesco Fabbiano, Mariangela Lombardi, Sara Zizzari, Gerardo Di Nardo, Andrea Pietro Sponghini et al.
      Pages 103-104
    9. Ferdinando Caranci, Alessandra D’Amico, Sossio Cirillo
      Pages 105-108
    10. Luigi Cirillo, Antonella Bacci, Raffaele Agati, Marco Leonardi
      Pages 109-112
    11. Ferdinando Caranci, Francesco Briganti, Arturo Brunetti
      Pages 113-117
    12. Alessandro Stecco, Francesco Fabbiano, Sara Zizzari, Gerardo Di Nardo, Mariangela Lombardi, Andrea Pietro Sponghini et al.
      Pages 119-123
    13. Alessandro Stecco, Sara Zizzari, Francesco Fabbiano, Gerardo Di Nardo, Mariangela Lombardi, Emanuele Malatesta et al.
      Pages 125-126
    14. Alessandro Stecco, Sara Zizzari, Francesco Fabbiano, Gerardo Di Nardo, Mariangela Lombardi, Giuseppe Fiscer et al.
      Pages 127-130
    15. Alessandro Stecco, Francesco Fabbiano, Sara Zizzari, Gerardo Di Nardo, Mariangela Lombardi, Lorenzo Fortunelli et al.
      Pages 131-134
    16. Francesco Fabbiano, Alessandro Stecco, Sara Zizzari, Gerardo Di Nardo, Anthony Azubuike Obaze, Mariangela Lombardi et al.
      Pages 135-138
    17. Alessandro Stecco, Sara Zizzari, Francesco Fabbiano, Gerardo Di Nardo, Mariangela Lombardi, Ignazio Divenuto et al.
      Pages 139-140
    18. Alessandro Stecco, Sara Zizzari, Mariangela Lombardi, Gerardo Di Nardo, Francesco Fabbiano, Andrea Pietro Sponghini et al.
      Pages 141-143
    19. Gabriele Polonara, Lorenzo Alvaro, Nathalie Herber
      Pages 145-151
    20. Tommaso Scarabino, Teresa Popolizio, Saverio Pollice, Vincenzo D’Angelo, Alfonso Di Costanzo
      Pages 153-155
    21. Massimo Caulo, Chiara Briganti, Valentina Panara, Simone Salice, Domenico Tortora, Armando Tartaro
      Pages 157-158
    22. Ferdinando Caranci, Alessandra D’Amico, Sossio Cirillo
      Pages 159-162
    23. Ferdinando Caranci, Antonio Volpe, Arturo Brunetti
      Pages 163-165
    24. Ferdinando Caranci, Antonio Volpe, Arturo Brunetti
      Pages 167-169
    25. Ferdinando Caranci, Sossio Cirillo
      Pages 171-174
    26. Francesco Fabbiano, Jacopo Scaggiante, Andrea Wlderk, Gualtiero Innocenzi, Sergio Paolini, Nicola Modugno et al.
      Pages 175-179
    27. Alessandro Stecco, Sara Zizzari, Francesco Fabbiano, Gerardo Di Nardo, Andrea Pietro Sponghini, Mariangela Lombardi et al.
      Pages 181-182
    28. Alessandro Stecco, Francesco Fabbiano, Sara Zizzari, Gerardo Di Nardo, Mariangela Lombardi, Ignazio Divenuto et al.
      Pages 183-186
    29. Alessandro Stecco, Mariangela Lombardi, Francesco Fabbiano, Gerardo Di Nardo, Sara Zizzari, Andrea Pietro Sponghini et al.
      Pages 187-189
    30. Tommaso Scarabino, Teresa Popolizio, Saverio Pollice, Vincenzo D’Angelo, Alfonso Di Costanzo
      Pages 191-194
    31. Massimo Caulo, Chiara Briganti, Valentina Panara, Simone Salice, Domenico Tortora, Armando Tartaro
      Pages 195-196
    32. Francesco Fabbiano, Jacopo Scaggiante, Andrea Wlderk, Alessandro D’Elia, Vincenzo Esposito, Claudio Colonnese et al.
      Pages 197-201
    33. Gabriele Polonara, Lorenzo Alvaro, Francesco Sessa
      Pages 209-214
    34. Gabriele Polonara, Lorenzo Alvaro, Luana Regnicolo
      Pages 215-219

About this book

Introduction

This book illustrates the characteristics of imaging after treatment in brain gliomas. It describes in detail the modifications to brain tissue, both healthy and pathological, that can manifest after surgery, radiotherapy or chemotherapy treatment. These modifications are discussed in terms of both how they occur in the immediate post-treatment period, and in the long term. The imaging methods used include CT with and without the addition of contrast medium, but above all MRI, which involves the use of routine basic sequences and mainly advanced study techniques such as diffusion, perfusion, spectroscopy and cortical activation. The aim of the text is to equip neuroradiologists with adequate expertise in post-treatment examinations reporting, allowing them to perform an effective differential diagnosis between the persistency or recurrence of illness and the effects of short or long-term treatment.

The book is divided into a general section, which addresses the classification of cerebral tumors, the surgical treatment options, radiotherapy and chemotherapy protocols; and a section on clinical cases that employs rich iconography, making it quick and easy to consult.

This second edition has been updated to reflect the new WHO classification system from 2016; new surgical, radiotherapy and chemotherapeutic treatment options; and (in the iconography section) the new sequences available from the manufacturers of RM scanners.

Keywords

tumor brain MRI treatment follow up

Editors and affiliations

  • Tommaso Scarabino
    • 1
  • Saverio Pollice
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of Radiology/ NeuroradiologyOspedale ‘L.Bonomo’AndriaItaly
  2. 2.Department of Radiology/ NeuroradiologyOspedale ‘L.Bonomo’AndriaItaly

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-31210-7
  • Copyright Information Springer Nature Switzerland AG 2020
  • Publisher Name Springer, Cham
  • eBook Packages Medicine
  • Print ISBN 978-3-030-31209-1
  • Online ISBN 978-3-030-31210-7
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