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Comparison of ASL and DCE-MRI Perfusion Map in Small Animal Model of Cancer

Originální název

Comparison of ASL and DCE-MRI Perfusion Map in Small Animal Model of Cancer

Anglický název

Comparison of ASL and DCE-MRI Perfusion Map in Small Animal Model of Cancer

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This paper is focused on quantitative perfusion analysis using pulsed ASL (FAIRRARE) and DCE-MRI (using high- and low-molecular-weight contrast agents) in a mouse tumour model. Tumour blood-flow maps of both methods were compared using visual assessment, region analysis (median, percentiles), scatter plots and correlation coefficients. ASL blood-flow estimates matched the DCE-MRI blood-flow estimations in some cases. Possible reasons for poor match in the other cases were investigated. This study indicates that in tumour perfusion analysis, we might profit from the combination of ASL and DCEMRI instead of using just one of them.

Anglický abstrakt

This paper is focused on quantitative perfusion analysis using pulsed ASL (FAIRRARE) and DCE-MRI (using high- and low-molecular-weight contrast agents) in a mouse tumour model. Tumour blood-flow maps of both methods were compared using visual assessment, region analysis (median, percentiles), scatter plots and correlation coefficients. ASL blood-flow estimates matched the DCE-MRI blood-flow estimations in some cases. Possible reasons for poor match in the other cases were investigated. This study indicates that in tumour perfusion analysis, we might profit from the combination of ASL and DCEMRI instead of using just one of them.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT117240,
  author="Lucie {Krátká} and Radovan {Jiřík} and Karel {Souček} and Eva {Dražanová} and Zenon {Starčuk}",
  title="Comparison of ASL and DCE-MRI Perfusion Map in Small Animal Model of Cancer",
  annote="This paper is focused on quantitative perfusion analysis using pulsed ASL (FAIRRARE)
and DCE-MRI (using high- and low-molecular-weight contrast agents) in a mouse
tumour model. Tumour blood-flow maps of both methods were compared using visual
assessment, region analysis (median, percentiles), scatter plots and correlation coefficients.
ASL blood-flow estimates matched the DCE-MRI blood-flow estimations in some cases.
Possible reasons for poor match in the other cases were investigated. This study indicates
that in tumour perfusion analysis, we might profit from the combination of ASL and DCEMRI
instead of using just one of them.",
  booktitle="10th International Conference on Measurement",
  chapter="117240",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2015",
  month="may",
  pages="160--163",
  type="conference paper"
}