Whole body mDixon MRI in multiple myeloma: Quantitative derived parameters changes following chemotherapy
Arash Latifoltojar 1 , Margaret Hall-Craggs 2 , Alan Bainbridge 2 , Stuart Taylor 3 , Kwee Yong 3 , Neil Rabin 2 , Matthew Benger 2 , Liam Watson 2 , Michelle Siu 2 , and Shonit Punwani 3
University College London, London, London,
College London Hospital, London, United Kingdom,
College London, London, United Kingdom
Whole body anatomical and functional MRI is being
increasingly used for initial assessment and treatment
response monitoring in patients with multiple myeloma.
The replacement of the normal fatty marrow cells by
neoplastic cells in multiple myeloma and its changes
following therapy could be explored, using quantitative
derive parameters from MR imaging. In this study we
investigated the changes in quantitative derived
parameters from whole body mDixon changes following
therapy in patients with multiple myeloma.
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