Diffuse infiltrative low-grade gliomas (LGG) of the cerebral hemispheres in adults are a group of tumors with distinct clinical, histological and molecular characteristics. The management of such tumors is still controversial. (1)
In LGG neuroimaging plays a crucial role. Starting of a “watch and wait” management plan has been frequently based solely on imaging. Conventional MRI is a valuable method in conducting a differential diagnosis, assisting surgery, planning radiotherapy and surveying treatment response, but it focuses on structural changes within tumours and often provides limited information only.