intra-axial

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intra-axial

adjective Within the brain or the central nervous system.

intra-axial

adjective Within the CNS
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The CT scan finding shows that 50% cases had intraaxial lesions and 40% had extraaxial lesions, while 10% had both (Figure 1).
5 years; range, 20-67 years) who each had been diagnosed with an intraaxial tumor between October 2011 and February 2013 were included in this study.
DWI diffusion sequence: intraaxial supratentorial, with the emphasis of the left F-T-P-O lobe, showed o large inhomogeneous, franc hyperintense range in the diffusion sequences.
Valorada por neurologia clinica, se solicita resonancia magnetica nuclear (RMN), que reporta presencia de lesion expansiva, intraaxial a nivel frontal izquierdo, con un tamano de 3 x 4 x 4,2 cm y de aspecto hipointenso en T1, con pared ligeramente irregular, engrosada hacia su aspecto superior, anterior y lateral; en T2 la lesion se muestra hiperintensa (fig.
4 The specificity of this marker has been documented in only a handful of studies, comprising both intraaxial and extraaxial chordomas.
Figure 2 depicts a hyperintense T2 flair signal within the previously described well circumscribed right frontal parietal intraaxial lesion with an intermediate T2 flair signal visualized in the surrounding gray matter.
1% a favor de la combinacion, valor que no difirio segun el sexo, la edad estratificada (linea de corte a los 65 anos), el subtipo histologico, la etnia y la presencia de compromiso cerebral intraaxial.
En la paralisis facial, sea idiopatica o secundaria al sindrome de Ramsay-Hunt, tienen valor pronostico y permiten saber con mas confianza si la lesion es intraaxial o extraaxial tanto la medicion de las latencias y amplitudes obtenidas por estimulacion simple, como la relacion que resulta de dividir la latencia de R1 por la del potencial de accion motor obtenido por estimulacion directa del nervio facial y registrado en el musculo orbicular de los ojos.
A CT scan of the head without intravenous contrast revealed a 3 x 5 cm complex cystic and solid mass in the left frontal lobe with surrounding edema that appeared to be an intraaxial mass (Figure 1).