Pseudoprogression and treatment-induced necrosis in brain cancer can be differentiated

Specialists have suggested that pseudoprogression (PP) and treatment-induced necrosis (TN) in brain cancer occur in distinct patient populations and can be distinguished based on radiographic pattern and histopathology.

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