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https://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/117647;10.3348/jksr.2018.78.2.95: Purpose: To investigate whether a correlation exists between the semi-quantitative breast-specific gamma imaging (BSGI) findings and dynamic contrast-enhanced (DCE) MRI parameters assessed by a computer-aided evaluation program.Materials and Methods: Semi-quantitative index of the lesion to non-lesion (L/N) ratio in BSGI and DCE-MRI parameters was assessed by a computer-aided evaluation program, where 47 cases of invasive breast cancer were obtained. Correlations between the L/N ratio and DCE-MRI parameters were assessed by a computer-aided evaluation program. Tumor diameter (cm), angio-volume (cc), degree of initial peak enhancement (%), persistent enhancement proportion (%), and washout enhancement proportion (%) were analysed. The relationships between the L/N ratio and DCE-MRI parameters were evaluated by a univariate and multivariate regression analysis.Results: The mean L/N ratio of the 47 tumors was 3.63 ± 2.19 (range: 1–13.1). The L/N ratio was higher in tumors with larger diameters (p < 0.001), increased angio-volume (p < 0.001), higher degree of initial peak enhancement (p = 0.005) and increased washout enhancement proportion (p = 0.004). In the multivariate regression analysis, angio-volume (cc) and washout enhancement proportion (%) were associated with L/N ratio (p = 0.007 and p = 0.024, respectively).Conclusion: There was a correlation between the semi-quantitative L/N ratio in BSGI and DCE-MRI parameters assessed by a computer-aided evaluation program for breast cancer.: )T X Ǵ ɷ ) t ȹ @ 0 p D tǩ\ ) 0 X 1D ଐ X. ): 47X hε )T X| <\ ) t ȹ Ѽ DѼX D(lesion to non-lesion raio; tX L/N ratio)@ ٳ pƝ 0 X 1D X. ٳ1 pƝ 0X 0p D X ѼX l0(cm), p <(angio-volume, cc), 0 pƝ ĳ(%), ɍ pƝ D((%), pƝ D((%)X mթD X. Ѽ DѼX D(L/N ratio)@ ٳ pƝ 0 | <\ ɷ/ɷ D X.: 47X ȑX ) t ȹ Ѽ/DѼX D(L/N ratio)X @ 3.63 ± 2.19 (range: 1-13.1). Ѽ/DѼX D(L/N ratio) ȑX l0 t](p 0.001), p < t](p 0.001), 0 pƝ D(t D](p = 0.005), pƝ D(t D](p = 0.004) Ь. Ɍ , p <(p = 0.007)@ pƝ D((p = 0.024)t ) t ȹ Ѽ/DѼX D@ 1D .`: )T X 0p D tǩ\ ٳ1 0X p <@ pƝ D(@ ) t ȹ X Ѽ/DѼX D@ 1D .\XYՌ78295-102&HQsj&)KLngfw !v
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