Improving tumour heterogeneity MRI assessment with histograms

@inproceedings{Just2014ImprovingTH,
  title={Improving tumour heterogeneity MRI assessment with histograms},
  author={Natascha Just},
  booktitle={British Journal of Cancer},
  year={2014}
}
By definition, tumours are heterogeneous. They are defined by marked differences in cells, microenvironmental factors (oxygenation levels, pH, VEGF, VPF and TGF-α) metabolism, vasculature, structure and function that in turn translate into heterogeneous drug delivery and therapeutic outcome. Ways to estimate quantitatively tumour heterogeneity can improve drug discovery, treatment planning and therapeutic responses. It is therefore of paramount importance to have reliable and reproducible… CONTINUE READING
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