A preliminary study of multi-b-value DWI in cervical cancer with different pathological features
jie zhang 1 , huadan xue 2 , zhengyu jin 2 , and ziheng zhang 3
PUMCH, Beijing, Beijing, China,
Research China, GE Healthcare, Beijing, China
In the study the capability of using the ADC values
depicting pseudo-perfusion and diffusion respectively
resulted from a bi-exponential model to discriminate
cervical squamous cell cancer and cervical
adenocarcinoma, which feature similar clinical symptoms,
in a multi-b diffusion weighted MR imaging measurement.
A smaller ADCslow value of cervical squamous cell
carcinoma and larger ADCfast and Ffast values of
cervical squamous cell carcinoma respectively vs.
counter-part were found. To differentiation the grades
of both the cervical squamous cell carcinoma and
cervical squamous cell carcinoma respectively using the
ADCslow, and ADCfast and Ffast values show no
significant positive results in the measurements.
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