Comparative analysis of IVIM and PET imaging versus APTw in assessing Ki-67 expression of non-small cell cancer
Ting Fang1,2, Nan Meng1, Zhun Huang2, Pengyang Feng2, Ziqiang Li2, Yang Yang3, Jianmin Yuan4, and Meiyun Wang2
1Zhengzhou University People's hospital, Zhengzhou, China, 2Henan Provincial People's Hospital, Zhengzhou, China, 3Beijing United Imaging Research Institute of Intelligent Imaging, Beijing, China, 4Central Research Institute, Shanghai, China
Intra-Voxel Incoherent Motion (IVIM), PET imaging, and Amide Proton Transfer weighted imaging (APTw) are all effective tools for distinguishing the pathological types of solitary pulmonary lesions. The difference between their ability to distinguish the Ki-67 high expression (HE) and low expression (LE) group is still unclear. Our study shows IVIM and PET imaging are better methods than APTw for distinguishing Ki-67 HE and LE groups of non-small cell cancer.
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