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Intravoxel incoherent motion (IVIM) MRI : principles and applications

Author: D Le Bihan; Mami lima; Christian Federau; Eric E Sigmund
Publisher: Singapore : Pan Stanford Publishing, [2019]
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Intravoxel incoherent motion (IVIM) refers to translational movements which within a given voxel and during the measurement time present a distribution of speeds in orientation and/or amplitude. The concept was introduced in 1986 together with the foundation of diffusion MRI because it had been realized that flow of blood in capillaries (perfusion) would mimic a diffusion process and impact diffusion MRI  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: D Le Bihan; Mami lima; Christian Federau; Eric E Sigmund
ISBN: 9780429427275 0429427271 9780429763489 0429763484 9780429763496 0429763492 9780429763472 0429763476
OCLC Number: 1062360748
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Introduction to IVIM MRI. Other MRI Approaches to Perfusion Imaging (ASL, DSC, DCE). Clinical Brain IVIM MRI. IVIM MRI: A Window on the Pathophysiology Underlying Cerebral Small Vessel Disease. IVIM fMRI: Brain Activation with High Spatial Specificity and Resolution. IVIM in the Body - General overview. Head and Neck IVIM MRI. IVIM MRI of the Breast. Cardiac IVIM MRI. IVIM MRI and Liver Fibrosis. Assessment of Liver Tumors with Intravoxel Incoherent Motion Diffusion Weighted Imaging. IVIM MRI of the Pancreas. IVIM MRI in the Kidney. IVIM Diffusion Model in Prostate Cancer. Clinical Application of IVIM in Female Pelvis. IVIM MRI of the Placenta. Fetal IVIM MRI. IVIM MRI and Bone Marrow. IVIM Models: Advantages, Disadvantages and Analysis Pitfalls. Flow Compensated IVIM in the Ballistic Regime: Data Acquisition, Modeling and Brain Applications. Flow Compensation and Modeling of IVIM MRI in the Liver and Pancreas. Perfusion Marries Diffusion: Arterial Spin Labeling Prepared IVIM Advanced Methods for IVIM Parameter Estimation. IVIM MRI with Low Perfusion. IVIM Complexity: Synthetic and Physiological.
Responsibility: edited by Denis Le Bihan, Mami Iima, Christian Federau, Eric E. Sigmund.
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Intravoxel incoherent motion (IVIM) refers to translational movements which within a given voxel and during the measurement time present a distribution of speeds in orientation and/or amplitude. The concept was introduced in 1986 together with the foundation of diffusion MRI because it had been realized that flow of blood in capillaries (perfusion) would mimic a diffusion process and impact diffusion MRI measurements. IVIM-based perfusion MRI, which does not require injection of any tracer or contrast agent, has been first investigated in the brain, but is now experiencing a remarkable revival for applications throughout the body, especially for oncologic applications, from diagnosis to treatment monitoring. This book addresses a number of highly topical aspects of the field from leading authorities, introducing the concepts behind IVIM MRI, outlining related methodological issues, and summarizing its current usage and potential for clinical applications. It also presents future research directions, both in terms of methodological development and clinical application fields, extending to new, non-perfusion applications of IVIM MRI, such as virtual MR elastography.

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