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Srovnání farmakokinetických modelů pro společné DCE/DSC-MRI

MACÍČEK, O. JIŘÍK, R. STARČUK, Z.

Originální název

Comparison of Pharmacokinetic Models for Joint DCE/DSC-MRI

Český název

Srovnání farmakokinetických modelů pro společné DCE/DSC-MRI

Anglický název

Comparison of Pharmacokinetic Models for Joint DCE/DSC-MRI

Typ

článek v časopise

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The advantages of DCE- and DSC-MRI methods can be exploited by simultaneous DCE/DSC acquisition by the multi-gradient-echo (MGE) method and by joint DCE/DSC processing using the gradient-correction-model (GCM) [1] linking the DCE/DSC signals together. This model includes additional perfusion parameters (r*2vasc,r*2ees) providing supplementary information about the microvasculature. The original method combined the GCM with the 2CXM/2CCM pharmacokinetic model [1, 11]. Here, several other pharmacokinetic models are tested for the joint DCE/DSC processing and compared in order to get an advice on model selection.

Český abstrakt

The advantages of DCE- and DSC-MRI methods can be exploited by simultaneous DCE/DSC acquisition by the multi-gradient-echo (MGE) method and by joint DCE/DSC processing using the gradient-correction-model (GCM) [1] linking the DCE/DSC signals together. This model includes additional perfusion parameters (r*2vasc,r*2ees) providing supplementary information about the microvasculature. The original method combined the GCM with the 2CXM/2CCM pharmacokinetic model [1, 11]. Here, several other pharmacokinetic models are tested for the joint DCE/DSC processing and compared in order to get an advice on model selection.

Anglický abstrakt

The advantages of DCE- and DSC-MRI methods can be exploited by simultaneous DCE/DSC acquisition by the multi-gradient-echo (MGE) method and by joint DCE/DSC processing using the gradient-correction-model (GCM) [1] linking the DCE/DSC signals together. This model includes additional perfusion parameters (r*2vasc,r*2ees) providing supplementary information about the microvasculature. The original method combined the GCM with the 2CXM/2CCM pharmacokinetic model [1, 11]. Here, several other pharmacokinetic models are tested for the joint DCE/DSC processing and compared in order to get an advice on model selection.

Klíčová slova

DCE-MRI, DSC-MRI, Pharmacokinetic Models

Vydáno

19.09.2016

Nakladatel

Springer

Místo

Berlin

Strany od

S286

Strany do

S287

Strany počet

2

URL

BibTex


@article{BUT129197,
  author="Ondřej {Macíček} and Radovan {Jiřík} and Zenon {Starčuk}",
  title="Comparison of Pharmacokinetic Models for Joint DCE/DSC-MRI",
  annote="The advantages of DCE- and DSC-MRI methods can be exploited by simultaneous DCE/DSC acquisition by
the multi-gradient-echo (MGE) method and by joint DCE/DSC processing using the gradient-correction-model (GCM) [1] linking the DCE/DSC signals together. This model includes additional perfusion parameters (r*2vasc,r*2ees) providing supplementary information about the microvasculature. The original method combined the GCM with the 2CXM/2CCM pharmacokinetic model [1, 11]. Here, several other pharmacokinetic models are tested for the joint DCE/DSC processing and compared in order to get an advice on model selection.",
  address="Springer",
  chapter="129197",
  doi="10.1007/s10334-016-0570-3",
  howpublished="online",
  institution="Springer",
  number="1",
  volume="29",
  year="2016",
  month="september",
  pages="S286--S287",
  publisher="Springer",
  type="journal article"
}