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Figure 2: Representative axial magnetic resonance imaging sequences from two patients (upper and lower panels, respectively) demonstrating some of the conventional imaging features assessed in the study cohort. Tumor in the upper panel (A-D) shows sharp and well-defined borders (B and C); nodular enhancement (B); large eccentric cyst (B and C); and severe perifocal edema (C and D). In contrast, tumor in the lower panel (E-H) shows ill-defined and infiltrative borders (E and F); peripheral irregular enhancement (F); central necrosis (F); noncontrast-enhancing component (F and G); and moderate perifocal edema (H). Refer Table 1 for a more detailed description of imaging features

Figure 2: Representative axial magnetic resonance imaging sequences from two patients (upper and lower panels, respectively) demonstrating some of the conventional imaging features assessed in the study cohort. Tumor in the upper panel (A-D) shows sharp and well-defined borders (B and C); nodular enhancement (B); large eccentric cyst (B and C); and severe perifocal edema (C and D). In contrast, tumor in the lower panel (E-H) shows ill-defined and infiltrative borders (E and F); peripheral irregular enhancement (F); central necrosis (F); noncontrast-enhancing component (F and G); and moderate perifocal edema (H). Refer Table 1 for a more detailed description of imaging features