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Abstract #1583

Conventional and synthetic MRI in children with drug-resistant epilepsy: a comparative study

XIAONA Zhang1, QUANXIN YANG1, and XIAOCHEN WEI2,3
1The Second affiliated hospital of Xi'an JiaoTong Uuniversity, Xi'an, China, 2GE Healthcare, MR Research China, Beijing, China, 3GE Healthcare, MR Research China, Xi'an, China

The current study aims to assess whether multi-contrast qualitative and quantitative relaxation imaging derived from the synthetic MRI can enhance detection of epileptogenic lesions in children. It was concluded that the synthetic MRI has the potential to be more sensitive in detecting lesions than conventional neuroimaging. Studies with more patients are needed to further demonstrate the relative advantages of the synthetic MRI over conventional MRI, and compare the synthetic MRI with 3-dimentional high resolution MRI.

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