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Abstract #2614

Whole body MRI evaluation for adult patients with hereditary cancer syndromes

Vishnupriya Kuchana1, Nobuhiro Fujita1, Elina Shrestha1, Amro Saad Aldine1, Khalid Balawi1, and Jinha M Park1
1Radiology, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Iowa City, IA, United States

Patients diagnosed with hereditary cancer syndromes (HCS) mutations are at increased risk of developing tumors. We are trying to evaluate the utility and cost-effectiveness of WB MRI for screening and monitoring adult HCS patients for new lesions (malignant or pre malignant). We retrospectively collected the data from the HCS patients who had whole-body MRI scans and are aged 18 -72 years old. Overall sensitivity and specificity of WB MRI is 100% and 87.5% and mean per patient cost responsibility per scan is $358.83 which proves WB MRI can be an effective tool for screening and surveillance of HCS patients.

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