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Comparing dynamic susceptibility contrast perfusion post-processing with different clinically available software among patients affected of a high-grade glioma

Publication date2020
Abstract

The main purpose of this retrospective study was to evaluate inter-software variability in patients affected of a high-grade glioma for the post-processing of dynamic susceptibility contrast (DSC1) perfusion imaging in MRI.2 MATERIALS AND METHODS: The included patients were either anaplastic astrocytoma (WHO3 grade III) or glioblastoma (WHO grade IV) located in the cerebral parenchyma. The postprocessing of 54 MRI-DSC imaging from 46 patients using both Intellispace© (Philips) and Olea© (Olea Medical) software was performed. The hemodynamic parameter studied was the normalised relative cerebral blood volume corrected for the T1 leakage effect (nrCBVc4). The inter-operator variabilities were also evaluated.

Keywords
  • Dynamic susceptibility contrast perfusion
  • High-grade glioma
  • MRI
  • Post-processing software
  • Reproducibility
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DELACOSTE, Eloïse L et al. Comparing dynamic susceptibility contrast perfusion post-processing with different clinically available software among patients affected of a high-grade glioma. In: Journal of Neuroradiology, 2020. doi: 10.1016/j.neurad.2020.09.010
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