TMIC-05DCE-MR PHARMACOKINETIC MODEL EVOLUTION TECHNIQUE FOR PREDICTION OF INTERSTITIAL FLUID PRESSURE IN EMBEDDED TUMORS

Hassan Bagher-Ebadian, Azimeh N.V. Dehkordi, Rasha Alamgharibi, Tavarekere Nagaraja, David Nathanson, Hamid Soltanian-Zadeh, Stephen Brown, Hamed Moradi, Ali S. Arbab, James R. Ewing
2015 Neuro-Oncology  
Vascular physiology and mechanical properties of embedded tumors play important roles in tumor characterization, grading, and measuring its response to treatment. In this study, three physiologically nested models (NM) were used to describe possible physiological conditions of underlying tissue pathology as Model 1, 2, and 3 respectively: The tissue-vascular-compartment is
doi:10.1093/neuonc/nov236.05 fatcat:rnjlqo5rbrfqzchwldd7tcxxpe