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Abstract #4357

Anatomical sites’ dependency of 3.0 T whole-body MRI’s signal fat fraction and apparent diffusion coefficient in multiple myeloma focal lesions

Arash Latifoltojar1, Margaret Hall-Craggs1, Alan Bainbridge2, Neil Rabin2, Rakesh Popat1, Ali Rismani2, Kwee Yong1, and Shonit Punwani1

1University College London, London, United Kingdom, 2University College London Hospital, United Kingdom

The increasing utility of MRI's quantitative imaging biomarkers for disease characterisation and response monitoring necessitates a better understanding of underlying pathophysiological changes.

This might be more pertinent when heterogeneous organ such as skeletal system is being investigated. In this work, we carry out a study into the heterogeneity of multiple myeloma's focal lesions on the basis of the various anatomical locations in skeleton.

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