Identifying Response Patterns Earlier Using Elements Contrast Clearance Analysis


Diana Horvath-Rizea, MD, discusses diagnostic follow-up for brain metastates treatment. She outlines how traditional MR images may not always be sufficient to identify treatment effect. She then explains how Elements Contrast Clearance Analysis works and how those resulting images can be used to determine follow-up treatments. Dr. Horvath-Rizea provides three case examples demonstrating how this software was used to assess patients post treatment in the Clinic for Neuroradiology at Katharinen Hospital Stuttgart, Germany.


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My name is Diana Horvath from Stuttgart, from Germany, and I'm from the Neurological Department. So I'd like to show you the diagnostic follow-up of brain metastasis using contrast clearance analysis. Identifying response patterns earlier. MRIs like these, we see very often. Nearly every day. We see a ring enhancement lesion after surgery, and radiotherapy, which shows a strong enhancement two months later, and some solid aspect in other months later. So, what is it? Is it tumor or is it treatment effect? Thank you. And conventional MRI, like seeing on this slide here on T1 images, is often is...

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