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Figure 1: Demonstration of three primary central nervous system lymphoma patients. (a) The MRI finding of typical primary central nervous system lymphoma. Tumors located at corpus callosal, periventricular, and subependymal. On T1W found hypointense, T2W and FLAIR are iso- to hyperintense, DWI is restricted, ADC is hypointense, and T1W gadolinium-enhanced image are homogeneous. This patient underwent a stereotactic biopsy for tissue diagnosis. (b and c). The MRI of non-typical cases of primary central nervous system lymphoma who received craniotomy for tumor removal. (b) They demonstrate a right temporal mass with central Gd enhancement. (c) They show posterior fossa tumor with heterogeneous enhanced

Figure 1:  Demonstration of three primary central nervous system lymphoma patients. (a) The MRI finding of typical primary central nervous system lymphoma. Tumors located at corpus callosal, periventricular, and subependymal. On T1W found hypointense, T2W and FLAIR are iso- to hyperintense, DWI is restricted, ADC is hypointense, and T1W gadolinium-enhanced image are homogeneous. This patient underwent a stereotactic biopsy for tissue diagnosis. (b and c). The MRI of non-typical cases of primary central nervous system lymphoma who received craniotomy for tumor removal. (b) They demonstrate a right temporal mass with central Gd enhancement. (c) They show posterior fossa tumor with heterogeneous enhanced