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Abstract #3124

The T1mapping, T2mapping findings in patients with minimal hepatic encephalopathy and their impact on cognition value

Wenxiao Liu1,2, Minglei Wang2, Xiaocheng Wei3, Min Li3, Jianguo Zhao2, Xin Ge1, Xuhong Yang1, Peng Yong1, and Xiaodong Wang2
1Ningxia Medical University, Yinchuan, China, 2General Hospital of Ningxia Medical University, Yinchuan, China, 3GE Healthcare, Beijing, China


In this study, we aim to investigate whether T1mapping and T2mapping can be used as diagnostic tools for screening MHE, and strive earlier time for diagnosis and treatment for these patients. It was concluded that T1 values of bilateral putamen, right globus pallidus and bilateral frontal lobe in MHE group were statistically significant compared with HC group and NMHE group and the T2 values of right putamen and right frontal lobe were statistically significant. In addition, the T2 values of the HC group in this study were highly correlated with Hallgren and Sourander’s autopsy results.

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