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Aim. The aim of the study was to determine the most commonly diagnosed neoplasms in the MRI scanned patient population and indicate correlations based on the descriptive variables. Methods. The SPSS software was used to determine the incidence of neoplasms within the specific diagnoses based on the descriptive variables of the studied population. Over a five year period, 791 patients and 839 MRI scans were identified in neoplasm category (C00-D48 according to the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems ICD-10). Results. More women (56%) than men (44%) represented C00-D48. Three categories of neoplasms were recorded. Furthermore, benign neoplasms were the most numerous, diagnosed mainly in patients in the fifth decade of life, and included benign neoplasms of the brain and other parts of the central nervous system. Conclusions. Males ≤ 30 years of age with neoplasms had three times higher MRI scans rate than females of the same age group; even though females had much higher scans rate in every other category. The young males are more often selected for these scans if a neoplasm is suspected. Finally, the number of MRI-diagnosed neoplasms showed a linear annual increase.
This analysis presented MRI-generated data and specifically identified which applications of this technique were used to describe the distribution of patients with specific neoplasm subgroups. This analysis has shown that, in the population studied, the MRI is very commonly used in the diagnoses of neoplasms, and especially neoplasms of the nervous system. Males ≤ 30 years of age with neoplasms had three times higher MRI scans rate than females of the same age group, excluding the fact that females had much higher scans rate in every other category. Furthermore, during the 5-year study period most patients presented with MRI-diagnosed benign neoplasms. These patients were in the age group of 51–60 years. Finally, the number of MRI-diagnosed neoplasms showed a linear annual increase. Therefore, the general use of MRI scans to detect neoplasms has been steadily increasing, and young males are more often selected for these scans if a neoplasm is suspected.