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Non Tumor Perfusion Changes Following Stereotactic Radiosurgery to Brain Metastases:

Non Tumor Perfusion Changes Following Stereotactic Radiosurgery to Brain Metastases: Open Access Article Open Access Article Technology in Cancer Research and Treatment The authors, the publisher, and the right The authors, the publisher, and the right holders grant the right to use, reproduce, ISSN 1533-0346 holders grant the right to use, reproduce, and disseminate the work in digital form and disseminate the work in digital form Volume 14 Number 4 August 2015 to all users. to all users. 2014 April 16. Epub ahead of print. 1,2 Raphael Jakubovic, M.Sc. Non Tumor Perfusion Changes Following Arjun Sahgal, M.D. Stereotactic Radiosurgery to Brain Metastases Mark Ruschin, Ph.D. www.tcrt.org Ana Pejović-Milić, Ph.D. DOI: 10.7785/tcrtexpress.2013.600279 Rachael Milwid, B.Sc. Purpose: To evaluate early perfusion changes in normal tissue following stereotactic Richard I. Aviv, MRCP, radiosurgery (SRS). Methods: Nineteen patients harboring twenty-two brain metastases FRCR, FRCPC * treated with SRS were imaged with dynamic susceptibility magnetic resonance imaging (DSC MRI) at baseline, 1 week and 1 month post SRS. Relative cerebral blood volume and flow (rCBV and rCBF) ratios were evaluated outside of tumor within a combined region of Department of Medical Imaging, interest (ROI) and separately within gray matter (GM) and white matter (WM) ROIs. Three- Division of Neuroradiology, dimensional dose distribution from each http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Technology in Cancer Research & Treatment SAGE

Non Tumor Perfusion Changes Following Stereotactic Radiosurgery to Brain Metastases:

Non Tumor Perfusion Changes Following Stereotactic Radiosurgery to Brain Metastases:

Technology in Cancer Research & Treatment , Volume 14 (4): 7 – Apr 11, 2018

Abstract

Open Access Article Open Access Article Technology in Cancer Research and Treatment The authors, the publisher, and the right The authors, the publisher, and the right holders grant the right to use, reproduce, ISSN 1533-0346 holders grant the right to use, reproduce, and disseminate the work in digital form and disseminate the work in digital form Volume 14 Number 4 August 2015 to all users. to all users. 2014 April 16. Epub ahead of print. 1,2 Raphael Jakubovic, M.Sc. Non Tumor Perfusion Changes Following Arjun Sahgal, M.D. Stereotactic Radiosurgery to Brain Metastases Mark Ruschin, Ph.D. www.tcrt.org Ana Pejović-Milić, Ph.D. DOI: 10.7785/tcrtexpress.2013.600279 Rachael Milwid, B.Sc. Purpose: To evaluate early perfusion changes in normal tissue following stereotactic Richard I. Aviv, MRCP, radiosurgery (SRS). Methods: Nineteen patients harboring twenty-two brain metastases FRCR, FRCPC * treated with SRS were imaged with dynamic susceptibility magnetic resonance imaging (DSC MRI) at baseline, 1 week and 1 month post SRS. Relative cerebral blood volume and flow (rCBV and rCBF) ratios were evaluated outside of tumor within a combined region of Department of Medical Imaging, interest (ROI) and separately within gray matter (GM) and white matter (WM) ROIs. Three- Division of Neuroradiology, dimensional dose distribution from each

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Abstract

Open Access Article Open Access Article Technology in Cancer Research and Treatment The authors, the publisher, and the right The authors, the publisher, and the right holders grant the right to use, reproduce, ISSN 1533-0346 holders grant the right to use, reproduce, and disseminate the work in digital form and disseminate the work in digital form Volume 14 Number 4 August 2015 to all users. to all users. 2014 April 16. Epub ahead of print. 1,2 Raphael Jakubovic, M.Sc. Non Tumor Perfusion Changes Following Arjun Sahgal, M.D. Stereotactic Radiosurgery to Brain Metastases Mark Ruschin, Ph.D. www.tcrt.org Ana Pejović-Milić, Ph.D. DOI: 10.7785/tcrtexpress.2013.600279 Rachael Milwid, B.Sc. Purpose: To evaluate early perfusion changes in normal tissue following stereotactic Richard I. Aviv, MRCP, radiosurgery (SRS). Methods: Nineteen patients harboring twenty-two brain metastases FRCR, FRCPC * treated with SRS were imaged with dynamic susceptibility magnetic resonance imaging (DSC MRI) at baseline, 1 week and 1 month post SRS. Relative cerebral blood volume and flow (rCBV and rCBF) ratios were evaluated outside of tumor within a combined region of Department of Medical Imaging, interest (ROI) and separately within gray matter (GM) and white matter (WM) ROIs. Three- Division of Neuroradiology, dimensional dose distribution from each

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Technology in Cancer Research & TreatmentSAGE

Published: Apr 11, 2018

Keywords: Brain; Cancer; Dynamic susceptibility; Imaging; Metastases; MR perfusion; Normal tissue response

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