Delayed Contrast Extravasation MRI for Depicting Tumor and Non-Tumoral Tissues
Andrew Brenner, MD, from the University of Texas Health, San Antonio Cancer Center, discusses delayed contrast extravasation MRI using Brainlab Elements Contrast Clearance Analysis for depicting tumor and non-tumor tissues. He begins by outlining the clinical significance of pseudo-progression in the treatment of brain tumors. He then goes on to describe the approaches to discerning tumor progression from pseudo-progression. He concludes by providing an understanding of the potential of Brainlab Elements Contrast Clearance Analysis software in determining pseudo-progression and helping to make decisions about the further treatment of brain tumors.
About the speaker
Andrew Brenner, MD
University of Texas Health, San Antonio Cancer Center, USA
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