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Abstract #4084

Diagnostic value of intro-voxel incoherent movement (IVIM) for infrapatellar fat pad high signal intensity in patient with osteoarthritis

Hui Tan1, Bin Wang1, Wulin Kang1, Nan Yu1, Yong Yu1, Shaoyu Wang2, Yue Li1, and Tuona Di1
1Shaanxi University of Chinese Medicine, Xianyang, China, 2Siemens Healthineers, Shanghai, China

This study aimed to investigate the role of IVIM in assessing infrapatellar fat pad high signal intensity in patients with osteoarthritis. Totally 43 patients with mild to moderate (K/L score = 1,2 and 3) KOA were included. The results show that D value, VAS, WOMAC, K/L score with T2FS-hyperintense regions were significantly higher than those without T2FS-hyperintense regions. Furthermore, D value was significantly positive associated with VAS and K/L score.

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