Evaluation of Radiation-induced Lung Injury by Hyperpolarized Xenon
Zhiying Zhang 1 , Haidong Li 1 , Xianping Sun 1 , Xiuchao Zhao 1 , Chaohui Ye 1 , and Xin Zhou 1
National Center for Magnetic Resonance in
Wuhan, Wuhan Institute of Physics and Mathematics,
Chinese Academy of Sciences, Wuhan, Hubei, China
Our study shows that hyperpolarized 129Xe MRI can
noninvasively detect the RILI. By using the CSSR
sequence and the model of xenon exchange to detect the
exchange time in blood and tissue, 129Xe MRI appears to
be able to quantitatively evaluate and monitor the
changes of lung functions, which is in agreement with
the pathological results.
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