Comparison of one-, two-, and three-dimensional measurements of childhood brain tumors.

Abstract

BACKGROUND End points for assessing drug activity in brain tumors are determined by measuring the change in tumor size by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) relative to a pretreatment or best-response scan. Traditionally, two-dimensional (2D) tumor measurements have been used, but one-dimensional (1D) measurements have recently been proposed as an alternative… (More)

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