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Glioblastomas extension on DTI: prospective and comparative study versus metastases and healthy subjects

Abstract : Rationale Occult tumor cell invasion along white matter fibers is inapparent in conventional MRI. We aimed to precise glioblastomas extension on Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) through a prospective and comparative study. Patients, material and methods Glioblastomas (n=15), metastases (n=9) and healthy controls (n=15) were included. DTI parameters were analyzed, particularly in the normal appearing white matter (NAWM) beyond peritumoral area. Results Specific DTI abnormalities were found in glioblastomas such as hyperanisotropia and morphological modifications in the NAWM.
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Youssef El Ouadih, Céline Botella, Jerome Coste, Bruno Pereira, Anna Sontheimer, et al.. Glioblastomas extension on DTI: prospective and comparative study versus metastases and healthy subjects. 3ème journée scientifique commune TGI-IP / MPS-ICCF / TechMed - CHU Clermont-Ferrand, CHU Clermont-Ferrand - TGI-IP / MPS-ICCF / TechMed, Sep 2019, Clermont-Ferrand, France. ⟨hal-02904258⟩

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