UK Quantitative WB-DWI Technical Workgroup: consensus meeting recommendations on optimisation, quality control, processing and analysis of quantitative whole-body diffusion weighted imaging for cancer.
O'Connor, James P B
AffiliationCentre for Medical Imaging, University College London, London, UK
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AbstractApplication of whole body diffusion weighted MRI (WB-DWI) for oncology are rapidly increasing within both research and routine clinical domains. However, WB-DWI as a quantitative imaging biomarker (QIB) has significantly slower adoption. To date challenges relating to accuracy and reproducibility, essential criteria for a good QIB, have limited widespread clinical translation. In recognition, a UK workgroup was established in 2016 to provide technical consensus guidelines (to maximise accuracy and reproducibility of WB-MRI QIBs) and accelerate the clinical translation of quantitative WB-DWI applications for oncology.
CitationUK Quantitative WB-DWI Technical Workgroup: consensus meeting recommendations on optimisation, quality control, processing and analysis of quantitative whole-body diffusion weighted imaging for cancer. 2017, Br J Radiol
JournalThe British Journal of Radiology
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