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Corrigendum to “The radiological findings of chordoid glioma: report of two cases, one case with MR spectroscopy” [Clin Imaging 39 (2015) 1086–1089]

      The authors regret that the histological image of case 1 (Fig. 1G) is incorrect. The corrected version of Fig. 1G is shown below. The corrected image demonstrates the same findings as the original image.
      The authors would like to apologize for any inconvenience caused.

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      • The radiological findings of chordoid glioma: report of two cases, one case with MR spectroscopy
        Clinical ImagingVol. 39Issue 6
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          Chordoid glioma is a rare tumor that often originate from the third ventricle. We reported two cases of choroid glioma. Although calcification is a rare findings, dot-like calcification was present on one case. On contrast images, one case demonstrated strong, homogeneous enhancement. On MR spectroscopy (MRS) images, the tumor showed high choline (Cho), low N-acetyl aspartate (NAA) and Cho/Cr=2.38, NAA/Cr=1.19, NAA/Cr=1.19. This might mimic a low-grade tumour. MRS offers additional information and facilitate differential diagnosis for chordoid glioma.
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