Unlike the previously reported method of diffusion tensor magnetic resonance electrical impedance tomography (DT-MREIT), conductivity tensor imaging (CTI) does not require external electrodes for current injection. The low frequency conductivity (σL) value can be estimated from the high frequency conductivity (σH) measured using B1 map. The σL is influenced by cell size and density, which makes it an effective technique to characterize the cellular changes in brain tumors. Rat brain tumors were studied using 9.4 T MRI scanner using CTI protocol. Changes in ionic concentration cellular states depending on tumor growth were reflected in both high and low-frequency CTI images.