The Utility Evaluation of Reconstructed 3-D Images by Maximum Intensity Projection in Magnetic Resonance Mammography and Cholangiopancreatography

Title
The Utility Evaluation of Reconstructed 3-D Images by Maximum Intensity Projection in Magnetic Resonance Mammography and Cholangiopancreatography
Author(s)
김응찬Jae-Hwan Cho[Jae-Hwan Cho]Hae-Kag Lee[Hae-Kag Lee]Cheol-Soo Park[Cheol-Soo Park]Ham-Gyum Kim[Ham-Gyum Kim]백종근
Keywords
BREAST-CANCER; MRI; ULTRASOUND; RISK
Issue Date
201412
Publisher
KOREAN MAGNETICS SOC
Citation
JOURNAL OF MAGNETICS, v.19, no.4, pp.365 - 371
Abstract
The aim of this study was to evaluate the utility of 3-D images by comparing and analyzing reconstructed 3-D images from fast spin echo images of MRI cholangiopancreatography (MRCP) images using maximum intensity projection (MTP) with the subtraction images derived from dynamic tests of magnetic resonance mammography. The study targeted 20 patients histologically diagnosed with pancreaticobiliary duct disease and 20 patients showing pancreaticobillary duct diseases, where dynamic breast MR (magnetic resonance) images, fast spin echo imaged of pancreaticobiliary duct, and 3-D reconstitution images using a 1.5T MR scanner and 3.0T MR scanner were taken. As a result of the study, the signal-to-noise ratio in the subtracted breast image before and after administering the contrast agent and in the reconstructed 3-D breast image showed a high ratio in the reconstructed image of lesional tissue, relevant tissue, and fat tissue. However, no statistically meaningful differences were found in the contrast-to-noise ratio of the two images. In the case of the MRCP image, no differences were found in the ratios of the fast spin echo image and reconstructed 3-D image.
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/30331http://dx.doi.org/10.4283/JMAG.2014.19.4.365
ISSN
1226-1750
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