TH-C-141-05: A Simulation Study to Investigate the Potential of Using Magnetic Resonance Elastography (MRE) to Differentiate Recurrent Tumor and Radiation Necrosis.

@article{Feng2013THC14105AS,
  title={TH-C-141-05: A Simulation Study to Investigate the Potential of Using Magnetic Resonance Elastography (MRE) to Differentiate Recurrent Tumor and Radiation Necrosis.},
  author={Y. Feng and Philip V. Bayly and J. Huang and Clifford Robinson and Dongsu Du and Sasa Mutic and Joshua S. Shimony and Eric C. Leuthardt and Ruth J. Okamoto and Y. Hu},
  journal={Medical physics},
  year={2013},
  volume={40 6Part32},
  pages={540}
}
PURPOSE Investigate the potential of magnetic resonance elastography (MRE) to differentiate and delineate tissues with different viscoelastic properties, with the purpose of applying MRE to differentiate and delineate recurrent brain tumor and radiation necrosis. METHODS To simulate tumor or radiation necrosis inside normal brain tissue, a 10 mm radius cylindrical inclusion was modeled inside a 150×150 mm2 rectangular prismatic domain. Typical storage modulus (2.5 kPa) and loss modulus (0.5… Expand
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