Assessment and monitoring tumor vascularity with contrast-enhanced ultrasound maximum intensity persistence imaging.

@article{Pysz2011AssessmentAM,
  title={Assessment and monitoring tumor vascularity with contrast-enhanced ultrasound maximum intensity persistence imaging.},
  author={Marybeth A. Pysz and Kira Foygel and Cedric M. Panje and Andrew Needles and Lu Tian and Juergen K Willmann},
  journal={Investigative radiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={46 3},
  pages={
          187-95
        }
}
OBJECTIVES Contrast-enhanced ultrasound imaging is increasingly being used in the clinic for assessment of tissue vascularity. The purpose of our study was to evaluate the effect of different contrast administration parameters on the in vivo ultrasound imaging signal in tumor-bearing mice using a maximum intensity persistence (MIP) algorithm and to evaluate the reliability of in vivo MIP imaging in assessing tumor vascularity. The potential of in vivo MIP imaging for monitoring tumor… CONTINUE READING

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