- •Non-mass enhancement is a routine MRI finding in patients with GM.
- •Clustered ring enhancement is the most common NME pattern.
- •MRI has little discriminatory ability to differentiate GM from a malignant process.
- •MRI for initial work-up or follow-up should be avoided for patients with GM.
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