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Abstract #1602

The diagnostic values of DTI and DKI techniques in degeneration of corpus callosum of chronic alcoholism

Ke-ning Xu1,2, Guo-shi LYU1, and Lizhi Xie3

1Imaging Center, the 251st Hospital of PLA, Zhangjiakou, China, 2The Graduate School of HeBei North University, Zhangjiakou, China, 3GE Healthcare, China, Beijing, China

Chronic alcoholism is a common disease, and many patients are often associated with corpus callosal degeneration. In this study, the values of fractional anisotropy (FA) and apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC), diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) and the mean kurtosis (MK) values in diffusion kurtosis imaging (DKI) were used to analyze chronic alcoholism with corpus callus (MBD) patients, to explore the diagnostic value of these three parameters in MBD patients. Receiver operating characteristic curveļ¼ˆROC)analysis of the parameters of the diagnosis of the disease. The results showed that FA is better than ADC and MK, and the sensitivity and specificity are better.

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