Imaging of Primary Brain Tumors and Metastases with Fast Quantitative 3-Dimensional Magnetization Transfer.

@article{Garcia2015ImagingOP,
  title={Imaging of Primary Brain Tumors and Metastases with Fast Quantitative 3-Dimensional Magnetization Transfer.},
  author={Meritxell Alzamora Garcia and M. Gloor and Oliver Bieri and E W Radue and Johanna M. Lieb and Dominik Cordier and Christoph Stippich},
  journal={Journal of neuroimaging : official journal of the American Society of Neuroimaging},
  year={2015},
  volume={25 6},
  pages={1007-14}
}
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE This study assesses whether magnetization transfer (MT) imaging provides additive information to conventional MRI in brain tumors. METHODS MT data of 26 patients with neoplastic and metastatic brain tumors were analyzed at 1.5 T. For the 3 largest tumor groups investigated in this study--glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), meningiomas, and metastases-statistical comparisons were performed. Analyzed MT parameters included the magnetization transfer ratio (MTR) and 4… CONTINUE READING
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