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Abstract #5616

Quantitative Assessment of Early Lens Disease in Type 2 Diabetic Patient Using T1 and T2-Mapping

Ma Junchao1, Xu Xiaotong1, Wang Shaoyu2, and Yu Nan1

1The affiliated hospital of Chinese traditional medical university, Xian Yang, China, 2Siemens Healthcare, Scientific marketing, Xian Yang, China

This study aimed to explore the feasibility of magnetic resonance T1 and T2 mapping techniques in the evaluation of early complications of lens in type two diabetes mellitus. Patients with type two diabetes mellitus with negative eye slit lamp examination and control group underwent eye MRI scanning, T1 and T2 mapping sequences were collected, and two samples t test was used to analyze the differences of T1 and T2 values between groups. The values of T1 and T2 in diabetic group were significantly higher than those in control group. Magnetic resonance T1 and T2 mapping techniques can detect abnormal lens in diabetic patients with negative slit lamp examination.

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