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Abstract #3700

Evaluation of isotropic high-resolution IRIS diffusion-weighted MRI in bladder cancer: clinical experience

Hui Xu1, Lei Ye2, Yuntian Chen2, and Xiaoyong Zhang3
1radiology, westchina hospital, Chengdu, China, 2westchina hospital, Chengdu, China, 3Philips Healthcare, Chengdu, China


Conventional single-shot echo planar imaging is widely used in bladder DWI for evaluating the malignant degree of lesions, however, it usually suffers from magnetic susceptibility artifacts and image blurring, which have limitations to identify the small lesions or lesions presented as slightly thickened bladder wall. This study this study was to investigate the feasibility and effectiveness of isotropic high-resolution IRIS DWI for the evaluation bladder lesions at 3T. The results suggested that the IRIS DWI with isotropic high resolution can effectively improve image quality and diagnostic confidence for bladder lesions.

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