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Tractography: 3D diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) of the brain, axial section, showing a glioblastoma (tumor; pink) causing deviations in the white matter nerve fiber bundles (longitudinal fasciculus, green; corona radiata fasciculus, blue; and corpus callosum, red) in a 42 year old male patient. DTI is a type of diffusion MRI scan.
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MRI of the brain, axial section with gadolinium injection, showing a voluminous tumor of the right thalamus with edema and mass effect near the ventricular system, indicating a glioblastoma (lipidic form) in a 38 year old female patient.
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Tractography: 2D/3D diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) of the brain, axial section, showing bundles of white matter nerve fibers (corona radiata in blue, corpus callosum in red, and cingulum in green) near a malignant tumor (glioblastoma, purple). (c) Sovereign
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3D diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) of the brain (tractography), superior view, showing the bundles of white matter nerve fibers, with the corona radiata (blue), corpus callosum (red), and cingulum (green) near a malignant glioblastoma (lightblue). DTI is a type of diffusion MRI scan. (c) Sovereign
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Neurology consultation woman. On screen, cerebral MRI showing a tumor (glioblastoma). (c) B. Boissonnet
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3D functional MRI of the brain showing the control of cortical motor activity during activation of the left hand in a patient experiencing a tumoral expansive process (glioblastoma) of the right hemisphere. (c) Sovereign
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CT scan of the brain, axial section, showing temporoparietalglioblastoma of the left hemisphere. Glioblastoma is a mali gnant brain tumor (glioma) consisting mainly of anaplastic cells; it is usually found in the cerebrum of adults. (c) Sovereign
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3D diffusion tensor image (DTI) of the brain (tractography),coronal view, showing white matter nerve fiber bundles, wit h the corona radiata (blue), corpus callosum (red), and cingulum (green) near a glioblastoma (light blue), the anterior horns of the lateral ventricles (pink), and central basal nuclei (yellow). DTI is a type of diffusion MRI. (c) Sovereign
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3D functional MRI of the brain showing the control of cortical motor activity during activation of the left hand in a patient experiencing a tumoral expansive process (glioblastoma) of the right hemisphere. (c) Sovereign
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Anatomical model with an illuminated brain showing the activity of nerve cells which causes head pain.
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Male figure with brain present. The head and brain are red to represent pain or a headache.
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Anatomical model with an illuminated brain showing the activity of nerve cells which causes head pain.
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Illustration of the brain, side view, with a lightning effect. The lightning could symbolize migraine headache, consciousness, brain activity, electroshock therapy, or other concepts.
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Photomicrograph of a glioblastoma, a malignant brain tumor composed of astrocytes, mag. 40x (at 24 x 36 mm). Glioblastomas, the most common and malignant glial tumors, are usually found in the cerebrum of adults.
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An isolated cancer cell.
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An isolated cancer cell.
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Photomicrograph of an astrocyte (neuroglia cell), histological section, mag. 500x (at 24 x 36 mm). (c) Jean-Claude Revy
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Group of nanorods.
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Illustration of a new cancer treatment for glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), where artificial pathways comprised of nanofibers are used to redirect GBM cells away from invading new areas of the brain to areas outside the brain where the cells can be captured and killed. The nanofiber pathways are treated with a cocktail of agents that cause the tumor cells to prefer them to routes that they normally invade within the capillaries and nerve fibers. Labeled.
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