Quality assessment and ranking system for quantitative breast diffusion-weighted imaging of the breast in the ACRIN 6698 trial
Sheye Aliu 1 , David Newitt 1 , Wen Li 1 , Jessica Gibbs 1 , Lisa Cimino 2 , Eunhee Kim 2 , Savannah Partridge 3 , Patrick Bolan 4 , Thomas Chenevert 5 , Mark Rosen 6 , and Nola Hylton 1
Radiology & Biomedical Imaging, University
of California at San Francisco, San Francisco, CA,
Cancer Research Group, PA, United States,
University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle
Cancer Care Alliance, WA, United States,
for Magnetic Resonance Research, University of
Minnesota, MN, United States,
University of Michigan Health System, MI, United States,
University of Pennsylvania, PA, United States
A quality assessment and ranking system for quantitative
breast DWI was developed and piloted in the ACRIN 6698
trial. Initial testing suggests that such a system is
useful for quality control in large multicenter trials.
With improvements, we believe that this system is
extensible for other applications.
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