Comparing perfusion metrics obtained from a single compartment versus pharmacokinetic modeling methods using dynamic susceptibility contrast-enhanced perfusion MR imaging with glioma grade

Law, M., Young, R., Babb, J., Rad, M., Sasaki, T., Zagzag, D. and Johnson, G. (2006) Comparing perfusion metrics obtained from a single compartment versus pharmacokinetic modeling methods using dynamic susceptibility contrast-enhanced perfusion MR imaging with glioma grade. American Journal of Neuroradiology, 27 (9). 1975-82.. ISSN 1936-959X

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Abstract

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Numerous different parameters measured by perfusion MR imaging can be used for characterizing gliomas. Parameters derived from 3 different analyses were correlated with histopathologically confirmed grade in gliomas to determine which parameters best predict tumor grade. METHODS: Seventy-four patients with gliomas underwent dynamic susceptibility contrast-enhanced MR imaging (DSC MR imaging). Data were analyzed by 3 different algorithms. Analysis 1 estimated relative cerebral blood volume (rCBV) by using a single compartment model. Analysis 2 estimated fractional plasma volume (V(p)) and vascular transfer constant (K(trans)) by using a 2-compartment pharmacokinetic model. Analysis 3 estimated absolute cerebral blood flow (CBF), cerebral blood volume (CBV), and mean transit time (MTT) by using a single compartment model and an automated arterial input function. The Mann-Whitney U test was used make pairwise comparisons. Binary logistic regression was used to assess whether rCBV, V(p), K(trans), CBV, CBF, and MTT can discriminate high- from low-grade tumors. RESULTS: rCBV was the best discriminator of tumor grade ype, followed by CBF, CBV, and K(trans). Spearman rank correlation factors were the following: rCBV = 0.812 (P <.0001), CBF = 0.677 (P <.0001), CBV = 0.604 (P <.0001), K(trans) = 0.457 (P <.0001), V(p) = 0.301 (P =.009), and MTT = 0.089 (P = .448). rCBV was the best single predictor, and K(trans) with rCBV was the best set of predictors of high-grade glioma. CONCLUSION: rCBV, CBF, CBV K(trans), and V(p) measurements correlated well with histopathologic grade. rCBV was the best predictor of glioma grade, and the combination of rCBV with K(trans) was the best set of metrics to predict glioma grade.

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Uncontrolled Keywords: 0 (contrast media),k2i13dr72l (gadolinium dtpa),adolescent adult aged aged,80 and over ,blood flow velocity,physiology blood volume,physiology brain,blood supply,pathology brain neoplasms,pathology capillary permeability,physiology ,child preschool,contrast media,administration & dosage,diagnostic use,pharmacokinetics glioma,pathology humans ,image enhancement,image processing,computer-assisted ,magnetic resonance angiography ,male middle aged neovascularization,pathologic,diagnosis,pathology,prognosis regional blood flow,retrospective studies sensitivity and specificity,physiology
Faculty \ School: Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences > Norwich Medical School
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Date Deposited: 22 Sep 2015 12:46
Last Modified: 18 Oct 2018 15:30
URI: https://ueaeprints.uea.ac.uk/id/eprint/54387
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