Fibrosis and Pancreatic Lesions: Counterintuitive Behavior of the Diffusion Imaging–Derived Structural Diffusion Coefficient D

@article{Klaubgr2013FibrosisAP,
  title={Fibrosis and Pancreatic Lesions: Counterintuitive Behavior of the Diffusion Imaging–Derived Structural Diffusion Coefficient D},
  author={Miriam Klaubgr and M. Gaida and A. Lemke and K. Gr{\"u}nberg and D. Simon and M. Wente and S. Delorme and H. Kauczor and L. Grenacher and B. Stieltjes},
  journal={Investigative Radiology},
  year={2013},
  volume={48},
  pages={129–133}
}
IntroductionStroma reaction leading to fibrosis is the most characteristic histopathological feature of both pancreatic carcinoma and chronic pancreatitis with increased fibrosis compared with healthy pancreatic tissue and further increased fibrosis during radiochemotherapy. Recent studies using intravoxel incoherent motion–derived parameters did not show differences for structural diffusion constant D between these 2 diseases. The aim of this study was to verify the hypothesis that D… Expand
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