MRI with UTE: Capability for Nodule Detection and Lung RADS Classification as Compared with Standard- and Reduced-Dose CTs in Screening Cohort
Yoshiharu Ohno1,2, Masao Yui3, Kaori Yamamoto3, Daisuke Takenaka4, Takeshi Yoshikawa4, Masato Ikedo3, Saki Takeda5, Akiyoshi Iwase5, Yuka Oshima1, Nayu Hamabuchi1, Satomu Hanamatsu1, Yuki Obama1, Hiroyuki Nagata1, Takahiro Ueda1, Hirotaka Ikeda1, Kazuhiro Murayama2, and Hiroshi Toyama1
1Radiology, Fujita Health University School of Medicine, Toyoake, Japan, 2Joint Research Laboratory of Advanced Medical Imaging, Fujita Health University School of Medicine, Toyoake, Japan, 3Canon Medical Systems Corporation, Otawara, Japan, 4Diagnostic Radiology, Hyogo Cancer Center, Akashi, Japan, 5Radiology, Fujita Health University Hospital, Toyoake, Japan
No report has been found to compare nodule detection and Lung RADS classification capabilities in lung cancer screening cohort among pulmonary MR imaging with UTE, low-dose CT (LDCT) and standard-dose CT (SDCT). We hypothesized that pulmonary MR imaging with UTE has a similar potential to detect pulmonary nodules and evaluate Lung-RADS classification and can apply lung cancer screening as well as CT. The purpose of this study was to compare the capability for nodule detection and Lung RADS classification among pulmonary MR imaging with UTE, LDCT and SDCT in lung cancer screening population.
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