Multi-parametric and multi-regional histogram analysis of MRI: modality integration reveals imaging phenotypes of glioblastoma.
AffiliationCambridge Brain Tumour Imaging Laboratory, Division of Neurosurgery, Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Cambridge, Box 167 Cambridge Biomedical Campus, Cambridge, CB2 0QQ,
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AbstractOBJECTIVES: Integrating multiple imaging modalities is crucial for MRI data interpretation. The purpose of this study is to determine whether a previously proposed multi-view approach can effectively integrate the histogram features from multi-parametric MRI and whether the selected features can offer incremental prognostic values over clinical variables. METHODS: Eighty newly-diagnosed glioblastoma patients underwent surgery and chemoradiotherapy. Histogram features of diffusion and perfusion imaging were extracted from contrast-enhancing (CE) and non-enhancing (NE) regions independently. An unsupervised patient clustering was performed by the multi-view approach. Kaplan-Meier and Cox proportional hazards regression analyses were performed to evaluate the relevance of patient clustering to survival. The metabolic signatures of patient clusters were compared using multi-voxel spectroscopy analysis. The prognostic values of histogram features were evaluated by survival and ROC curve analyses. RESULTS: Two patient clusters were generated, consisting of 53 and 27 patients respectively. Cluster 2 demonstrated better overall survival (OS) (p?=?0.007) and progression-free survival (PFS) (p?<?0.001) than Cluster 1. Cluster 2 displayed lower N-acetylaspartate/creatine ratio in NE region (p?=?0.040). A higher mean value of anisotropic diffusion in NE region was associated with worse OS (hazard ratio [HR]?=?1.40, p?=?0.020) and PFS (HR?=?1.36, p?=?0.031). The seven features selected by this approach showed significantly incremental value in predicting 12-month OS (p?=?0.020) and PFS (p?=?0.022). CONCLUSIONS: The multi-view clustering method can provide an effective integration of multi-parametric MRI. The histogram features selected may be used as potential prognostic markers. KEY POINTS: • Multi-parametric magnetic resonance imaging captures multi-faceted tumor physiology. • Contrast-enhancing and non-enhancing tumor regions represent different tumor components with distinct clinical relevance. • Multi-view data analysis offers a method which can effectively select and integrate multi-parametric and multi-regional imaging features.
CitationLi C, Wang S, Serra A, Torheim T, Yan JL, Boonzaier NR, et al. Multi-parametric and multi-regional histogram analysis of MRI: modality integration reveals imaging phenotypes of glioblastoma. Eur Radiol. 2019 Feb 1.
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