Delayed contrast extravasation MRI for depicting tumor and non-tumoral tissues
Yael Mardor, PhD from the Chaim Sheba Medical Center in Tel Aviv, Israel, discusses how delayed contrast extravasation magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can be used to depict tumor and non-tumoral tissues in primary and secondary or metastatic brain tumors. She begins by explaining the method for acquiring the images for Contrast Clearance Assessment and how the resulting images can be analyzed to support the distinction between tumor progression and treatment effects. She then provides case examples to demonstrate the methodology and concludes with their findings.
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Mardor Yael, PhD
The Chaim Medical Center, Israel
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