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Cerebral blood flow in glioblastoma

Case Study
Watts, Richard, Ph.D. University of Vermont College of Medicine • USA
Nickerson, Joshua, M.D. University of Vermont Medical Center • USA

Patient history

In this patient with glioblastoma pCASL was used to visualize cerebral blood flow without the need of contrast agent injection. MRI was done at University of Vermont (UVM), USA.

MR examination

The patient was scanned on Achieva 3.0T dStream using an brain exam with pCASL.

Images

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pCASL perfusion map overlaid on the 3D T1 image
pCASL perfusion map overlaid on the 3D T1 image

Impact of using pCASL in brain exams

The pCASL perfusion map overlaid on the 3D T1 image demonstrates a peripheral rim of elevated cerebral blood flow corresponding to the centrally necrotic glioblastoma. The pCASL-generated CBF closely approximates the rim of elevated rCBV obtained with DSC contrast-enhanced perfusion imaging.

 

 

Read more on how UVM improved their neuro exams by using pCASL:

 

FieldStrength article: UVM brain MRI  protocols upgraded with latest methods

 

 

 

 

Results from case studies are not predictive of results in other cases. Results in other cases may vary.



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Case Study
Achieva 3.0T dStream
arterial spin labeling, ASL, Brain, Glioblastoma, Neuro, pCASL, Perfusion
 

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