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Diffusional kurtosis imaging for differentiating between high‐grade glioma and primary central nervous system lymphoma
The aim of this study was to assess the diagnostic accuracy of diffusion kurtosis magnetic resonance imaging parameters for differentiating high‐grade gliomas (HGGs) from primary central nervousExpand
Can dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI evaluate VEGF expression in brain glioma? An MRI-guided stereotactic biopsy study.
DCE-MRI is a useful, non-invasive imaging technique for quantitative evaluation of V EGF, and its parameter Ktrans other than Kep, Ve or Vp may be used as a surrogate for VEGF expression in brain gliomas. Expand
Correlation of dynamic contrast‐enhanced MRI derived volume transfer constant with histological angiogenic markers in high‐grade gliomas
To ascertain if the volume transfer constant (Ktrans) derived from T1 dynamic contrast‐enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (DCE‐MRI) correlates with the immunohistological markers of angiogenesis inExpand
DCE-MRI in Human Gliomas: A Surrogate for Assessment of Invasive Hypoxia Marker HIF-1Α Based on MRI-Neuronavigation Stereotactic Biopsies.
DCE-MRI is a useful, noninvasive imaging tool for quantitative evaluation of Hif-1α, and its parameters may be used as a surrogate for HIF-1 α expression. Expand
Blood oxygenation level-dependent magnetic resonance imaging during carbogen breathing: differentiation between prostate cancer and benign prostate hyperplasia and correlation with vessel maturity
BOLD MRI can be utilized as a surrogate marker for the noninvasive assessment of the degree of vessel maturity and had a positive correlation with vessel maturity in both PCa and BPH. Expand
Utility of arterial spin labelling MRI for discriminating atypical high-grade glioma from primary central nervous system lymphoma.
ASL perfusion MRI is a useful imaging technique for the discrimination between atypical HGG and PCNSL, which may be determined by the difference of MVD between them. Expand