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Goncalves Fabricio,  Khrichenko Dmitry,  Martin-saavedra Juan,  Alves Cesar Augusto,  Teixeira Sara,  Andronikou Savvas,  Vossough Arastoo

Final Pr. ID: Paper #: 160

Accurate preoperative imaging diagnosis of supratentorial pediatric intraventricular tumors is not always straightforward. Conventional MRI features such as T1- and T2-weighted signal and contrast enhancement may overlap among various choroid plexus tumors and embryonal tumors. This study aimed to perform apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC) histogram analysis, assessing various metrics in different intraventricular for histological classification. Read More

Authors:  Goncalves Fabricio , Khrichenko Dmitry , Martin-saavedra Juan , Alves Cesar Augusto , Teixeira Sara , Andronikou Savvas , Vossough Arastoo

Keywords:  Intranventricular tumors, ADC, Diffusion

Valdez Quintana Melissa,  Caro Dominguez Pablo,  Grynspan David,  Hurteau-miller Julie,  Davila Jorge,  Moretti Felipe,  Miller Elka

Final Pr. ID: Poster #: SCI-040

Diffusion weighted images (DWI) have the potential to provide valuable information on the diffusion and perfusion properties of the human placenta and therefore has the capability for detection of early developmental fetal anomalies. The purpose of this study was to determine if DWI of the placenta demonstrates differences between fetuses with and without central nervous system (CNS) abnormalities. Read More

Authors:  Valdez Quintana Melissa , Caro Dominguez Pablo , Grynspan David , Hurteau-miller Julie , Davila Jorge , Moretti Felipe , Miller Elka

Keywords:  Placenta, Fetal, DWI, ADC, CNS Abnormalities

Khrichenko Dmitry

Final Pr. ID: Poster #: EDU-035

Diffusion weighted imaging (DWI) is used in many diverse clinical and research applications including evaluation of stroke, avascular necrosis, renal tumor classification and others. Standardizing the apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC) value across different studies and institutions has proven difficult due to change in equipment and protocols used. The aim of this electronic poster is to explain this inconsistency in ADC estimation using the pMRI ( software package. Variability in ADC due to b-value selection, low SNR, decay model choice, and theoretical perfusion effects is explained and demonstrated by image analysis of anonymized cases. Read More

Authors:  Khrichenko Dmitry

Keywords:  DWI, ADC, Post Processing

Sandberg Jesse,  Yuan Jianmin,  Hu Yuxin,  Sandino Christopher,  Menini Anne,  Hargreaves Brian,  Vasanawala Shreyas

Final Pr. ID: Paper #: 116

Diffusion weighted (DW) imaging is a standard component of many MRI exams. For musculoskeletal examinations, DW is used as a tool for assessing malignant and infectious/inflammatory processes. A recently developed novel silent and distortionless DWI sequence (DW-SD) has been previously shown to have less distortion and noise as well as having equivalent diffusion contrast and ADC values in normal tissues to standard echo-planar DW imaging (DW-EPI). We aim in this study to validate and assess this novel DW-SD method in pediatric extremity pathology cases. Read More

Authors:  Sandberg Jesse , Yuan Jianmin , Hu Yuxin , Sandino Christopher , Menini Anne , Hargreaves Brian , Vasanawala Shreyas

Keywords:  ADC, RUFIS, MSK

Emad-eldin Sally,  Yadav Sunil,  El Zayat Wessam,  Essam Rasha

Final Pr. ID: Poster #: SCI-014

Our aim is to evaluate the role of DWI sequence and ADC value measurement in the assessment of chronic kidney disease (CKD). Additionally, to estimate the relationship between changes of renal parenchyma ADC values and different stages of CKD Read More

Authors:  Emad-eldin Sally , Yadav Sunil , El Zayat Wessam , Essam Rasha

Keywords:  DWI, ADC, CKD