New MRI scanner could revolutionize diagnosis and treatment of brain tumors
from USC News
When Reem Itani learned she had a brain tumor, she was distraught — but not for the obvious reason. Her endocrinologist told her the tumor was "MRI-negative," meaning it didn't appear on a brain scan, a concept unfamiliar to Itani even after years in medical school and residency. Hoping for a better explanation, Itani sought the counsel of her former professor Gabriel Zada, a neurosurgeon and associate professor of neurosurgery at the Keck School of Medicine of USC, where she received her MD in 2015.
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