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MRI of Normal Brain and Brainstem Glioma

On the left is an MRI scan (axial view) through the normal brain of a 31-year-old female. On the right is an axial MRI of the brain in a person with multiple cranial nerve deficits, showing enlargement of the brainstem at the level of the pons with abnormal increased signal intensity (green). This represents a primary neoplasm of the brainstem called a glioma, a cancerous tumor.

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Science Source / Jessica Wilson

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