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Quantitative sodium MR imaging: A review of its evolving role in medicine

Keith R. Thulborn
2018 NeuroImage  
Graphical Abstract Integrated 23 Na/ 1 H MR examination at 3 Tesla of a patient with a brain tumor in right parietal lobe showing (from left to right) quantitative gray scale sodium MR image and TSC bioscale  ...  The vital roles of sodium ion in membrane transport and the extracellular matrix will be reviewed to indicate the broad opportunities that now exist for clinical sodium MR imaging.  ...  A role for sodium imaging in other cancers such as prostate cancer is still evolving [232] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2016.11.056 pmid:27890804 pmcid:PMC5443706 fatcat:hjfz4hngerakpnuoxy4nhako3u

Imaging for osteoarthritis

D. Hayashi, F.W. Roemer, A. Guermazi
2016 Annals of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine  
The ability of MR to image the knee as a whole organ and to directly and three-dimensionally assess cartilage morphology and composition plays a crucial role in understanding the natural history of the  ...  MR imaging of osteoarthritis can be classified into the following approaches: semiquantitative, quantitative, and compositional. 4.  ...  First, MR imaging-based semiquantitative OA scoring systems that were published after 2008 are reviewed. Second, research efforts in quantitative MR imaging techniques are described.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rehab.2015.12.003 pmid:26797169 fatcat:6abhvija3jbotklfo4eaozn47i

Osteoarthritis Year in Review 2014: imaging

F.W. Roemer, A. Guermazi
2014 Osteoarthritis and Cartilage  
s u m m a r y Purpose: This narrative review covers original publications related to imaging in osteoarthritis (OA) published in English between April 2013 and March 2014.  ...  Results and conclusions: Imaging research in OA in the last year was characterized by a strong focus on MRI-based studies dealing with epidemiological and methodological aspects of the disease.  ...  Coronal DESS MR image shows medial meniscal extrusion (arrows and vertical lines) in the same patient.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.joca.2014.07.012 pmid:25456295 fatcat:xbf543n7kzhhfdew6xmm7efumq

Imaging in Osteoarthritis

Ali Guermazi, Deborah Burstein, Philip Conaghan, Felix Eckstein, Marie-Pierre Hellio Le Graverand-Gastineau, Helen Keen, Frank W. Roemer
2008 Rheumatic Disease Clinics of North America  
The ability of MR to image the knee as a whole organ and to directly and three-dimensionally assess cartilage morphology and composition plays a crucial role in understanding the natural history of the  ...  MR imaging of osteoarthritis can be classified into the following approaches: semiquantitative, quantitative, and compositional. 4.  ...  First, MR imaging-based semiquantitative OA scoring systems that were published after 2008 are reviewed. Second, research efforts in quantitative MR imaging techniques are described.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rdc.2008.04.006 pmid:18687277 fatcat:szvrclxwpnhcppf7u4c5bn5gkm

Imaging of osteoarthritis

Ali Guermazi, Frank W. Roemer, Daichi Hayashi
2011 Current Opinion in Rheumatology  
The ability of MR to image the knee as a whole organ and to directly and three-dimensionally assess cartilage morphology and composition plays a crucial role in understanding the natural history of the  ...  MR imaging of osteoarthritis can be classified into the following approaches: semiquantitative, quantitative, and compositional. 4.  ...  First, MR imaging-based semiquantitative OA scoring systems that were published after 2008 are reviewed. Second, research efforts in quantitative MR imaging techniques are described.  ... 
doi:10.1097/bor.0b013e328349c2d2 pmid:21760511 fatcat:gt5apbcpizatjg5m4j2hsryur4

Imaging in Osteoarthritis

Daichi Hayashi, Frank W. Roemer, Mohamed Jarraya, Ali Guermazi
2017 The Radiologic clinics of North America  
The ability of MR to image the knee as a whole organ and to directly and three-dimensionally assess cartilage morphology and composition plays a crucial role in understanding the natural history of the  ...  MR imaging of osteoarthritis can be classified into the following approaches: semiquantitative, quantitative, and compositional. 4.  ...  First, MR imaging-based semiquantitative OA scoring systems that were published after 2008 are reviewed. Second, research efforts in quantitative MR imaging techniques are described.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rcl.2017.04.012 pmid:28774450 fatcat:4pzogrwjhjcvddypruynqhzm3u

Imaging of Osteoarthritis

Ali Guermazi, Daichi Hayashi, Felix Eckstein, David J. Hunter, Jeff Duryea, Frank W. Roemer
2013 Rheumatic Disease Clinics of North America  
The ability of MR to image the knee as a whole organ and to directly and three-dimensionally assess cartilage morphology and composition plays a crucial role in understanding the natural history of the  ...  MR imaging of osteoarthritis can be classified into the following approaches: semiquantitative, quantitative, and compositional. 4.  ...  First, MR imaging-based semiquantitative OA scoring systems that were published after 2008 are reviewed. Second, research efforts in quantitative MR imaging techniques are described.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.rdc.2012.10.003 pmid:23312411 fatcat:k336eiuwpjdspjcxh3lyhw6c3y

Imaging of Osteoarthritis [chapter]

Daichi Hayashi, Frank W. Roemer, Mohamed Jarraya, Ali Guermazi
2013 Geriatric Imaging  
The ability of MR to image the knee as a whole organ and to directly and three-dimensionally assess cartilage morphology and composition plays a crucial role in understanding the natural history of the  ...  MR imaging of osteoarthritis can be classified into the following approaches: semiquantitative, quantitative, and compositional. 4.  ...  First, MR imaging-based semiquantitative OA scoring systems that were published after 2008 are reviewed. Second, research efforts in quantitative MR imaging techniques are described.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-35579-0_5 fatcat:vczeqzfr25gp5olj2q64y5qztq

The year in cardiovascular medicine 2021: imaging

Chiara Bucciarelli-Ducci, Nina Ajmone-Marsan, Marcelo Di Carli, Edward Nicol
2022 European Heart Journal  
This article reviews the most relevant literature published in 2021 on the role of cardiovascular imaging in cardiovascular medicine.  ...  What has dominated the imaging literature beyond the pandemic are novel data on valvular heart disease, the increasing use of artificial intelligence (AI) applied to imaging, and the use of advanced imaging  ...  well as a lower LVEF (Figure 1 ). 5 Acute coronary syndromes The role of CTCA in the assessment of chest pain continues to evolve, and while the US guidelines and ESC guidelines support a greater role  ... 
doi:10.1093/eurheartj/ehac033 pmid:35259251 pmcid:PMC8970999 fatcat:lmmghuurpzbt3kfqcjdrj2noda

Molecular Imaging [chapter]

Fathinul Fikri Ahmad Saad
2013 Selected Topics on Computed Tomography  
It is a quantitative tomographic imaging technique which produces cross-sectional images that are composites of volume elements [14] .  ...  Quantitative evaluation of FDG PET images provides quantitative data in the form of the standardized uptake value (SUV).  ... 
doi:10.5772/55907 fatcat:bg7b6mdcgjbbpk7krojdcrghny

Molecular Imaging: A Primer for Interventionalists and Imagers

David S. Wang, Michael D. Dake, Jinha M. Park, Michael D. Kuo
2009 Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology  
The characterization of human diseases by their underlying molecular and genomic aberrations has been the hallmark of molecular medicine.  ...  This primer is intended to provide a broad overview of molecular imaging with specific focus on future clinical applications relevant to interventional radiology.  ...  It is through molecular imaging that radiology is expected to play a critical role in advancing molecular medicine and potentially revolutionize patient care and biomedical research (8, 9) .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.jvir.2009.04.042 pmid:19560036 fatcat:4jgcmk7u2ralnp5tiidyw5zhwq

Molecular Imaging: A Primer for Interventionalists and Imagers

David S. Wang, Michael D. Dake, Jinha M. Park, Michael D. Kuo
2006 Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology  
The characterization of human diseases by their underlying molecular and genomic aberrations has been the hallmark of molecular medicine.  ...  This primer is intended to provide a broad overview of molecular imaging with specific focus on future clinical applications relevant to interventional radiology.  ...  It is through molecular imaging that radiology is expected to play a critical role in advancing molecular medicine and potentially revolutionize patient care and biomedical research (8, 9) .  ... 
doi:10.1097/01.rvi.0000235746.86332.df pmid:16990461 fatcat:hnyie2zqyjgpxks4rnymfeboee

Sodium Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Biomedical Applications [article]

Guillaume Madelin
2012 arXiv   pre-print
The article is divided in three parts: (1) the role of sodium in biological tissues, (2) a short review on sodium magnetic resonance, and (3) a review of some studies on sodium MRI on different organs/  ...  Sodium MRI is a subject of increasing interest in translational research as it can give some direct and quantitative biochemical information on the tissue viability, cell integrity and function, and therefore  ...  The goal of this review is to describe some potential biomedical applications of sodium MRI in vivo and is divided in three parts: 1. The role of sodium in biological tissues. 2.  ... 
arXiv:1212.4400v3 fatcat:tmod4ku3gvfx3jrztorjxohnyi

SP-0403: The role of imaging in the fight against cancer

H. Aerts, D. De Ruysscher, P. Lambin
2013 Radiotherapy and Oncology  
By these we have witnessed medical imaging in clinical oncology evolving from a primarily diagnostic tool to a theragnostic tool by a multitude of techniques involved in the treatment and characterisation  ...  SP-0403The role of imaging in the fight against cancer H. Aerts 1 , D. De Ruysscher 2 , P.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0167-8140(15)32709-2 fatcat:7hsllnk4tnbmxltnmlsmr7ygdy

The chemical tool-kit for molecular imaging with radionuclides in the age of targeted and immune therapy

Timothy H. Witney, Philip J. Blower
2021 Cancer Imaging  
AbstractNuclear medicine has evolved over the last half-century from a functional imaging modality using a handful of radiopharmaceuticals, many of unknown structure and mechanism of action, into a modern  ...  Thus, in the interdisciplinary world of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging, as quickly as radiochemistry solutions are developed to meet new needs in cancer imaging, new challenges emerge as developments  ...  Authors' contributions Both authors contributed to the selection of content and compilation of the article, and reviewed and approved the content.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40644-021-00385-8 pmid:33516256 fatcat:uemaf3o7pvgyth3du36r4mrg5m
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