Data from: Comparison of cerebral blood volume and plasma volume in untreated intracranial tumors

Soha Bazyar, Joana Ramalho, Cihat Eldeniz, Hongyu An, Yueh Lee & Yueh Z. Lee
Purpose: Plasma volume and blood volume are imaging-derived parameters that are often used to evaluation intracranial tumors. Physiologically, these parameters are directly related, but their two different methods of measurements, T1-dynamic contrast enhanced (DCE)- and T2-dynamic susceptibility contrast (DSC)-MR utilize different model assumptions and approaches. This poses the question of whether the interchangeable use of T1-DCE-MRI derived fractionated plasma volume (vp) and relative cerebral blood volume (rCBV) assessed using DSC-MRI, particularly in glioblastoma, is reliable,...

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  • 2016
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  • Dataset
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  • Centro Hospitalar de Lisboa Central
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  • University of North Carolina
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  • Washington University in St. Louis
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