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Abstract #2458

Multiparametric-MRI in the Evaluation of Early diabetic kidney damage

Youzhen Feng1, Zhongyuan Cheng1, Xiaoqing Xiong1, Qiting Lin1, Dingkun SiTu1, Pingkang Chen1, Zhifei Liu2, Long Qian3, and Xiangran Cai1
1Medical Imaging Center, First Affiliated Hospital, Jinan University, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China, Guangzhou, China, 2Medical Imaging Center, First People's Hospital of Kashgar, Xinjiang, china., Xinjiang, China, 3MR Research, GE Healthcare, Beijing, 100176, China., Beijing, China

Multiparametric-MRI (mp-MRI) has shown promising results in the diagnosis of clinical disease. It provides us an approach to perform investigation from multiple dimension and avoids to ignore the worthwhile diagnosis information. Previous studies indicated that the perfusion and dispersion of renal parenchyma have been changed in diabetic mellitus (DM) without biochemical indicators of significant renal damage. However, the convergence and divergence of those diffusion and perfusion related MRI parameters in the evaluation of DM associated kidney damage is still unclear. To assess the renal functional changes in DM patients, three MRI modalities were applied in current study.

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