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What Does a Brain Tumor Look like on an MRI?

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In an MRI, a brain tumour is usually highlighted by contrasting colours that are used to determine the characteristics of the tumour. Primary brain tumours usually arise from brain tissue, while secondary tumours may be the result of tumours in the breast or other parts of the body.
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