Dynamic 1H-MRS assessment of brain tumors: A novel approach for differential diagnosis of glioma

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Dynamic 1H-MRS assessment of brain tumors: A novel approach for differential diagnosis of glioma

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Title: Dynamic 1H-MRS assessment of brain tumors: A novel approach for differential diagnosis of glioma
Author: Tong, Tong; Yang, Zhong; Chen, John W.; Zhu, Jianming; Yao, Zhenwei

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Citation: Tong, Tong, Zhong Yang, John W. Chen, Jianming Zhu, and Zhenwei Yao. 2015. “Dynamic 1H-MRS assessment of brain tumors: A novel approach for differential diagnosis of glioma.” Oncotarget 6 (31): 32257-32265.
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Abstract: Purpose To determine whether the changes of [Cho/NAA] ratio in patients with glioma, measured by dynamic 1H-MRS can be used to differentiate between high-grade and low-grade gliomas. Materials and Methods This prospective study was approved by the institutional ethics committee. Written informed consent was obtained. Forty-nine patients with biopsy-proven glioma and 20 normal control subjects were recruited in this study. The maximum [Cho/NAA] ratios, acquired at 0 min, and at 6 min, were calculated and assessed from volume of interests (VOI) in the tumor areas and in the surrounding normal tissue for each patient. Absolute difference in the [Cho/NAA] ratios, from MRS acquired at 0 and 6 min, in high-grade glioma, low-grade glioma, and control subjects were compared. Results: The maximum [Cho/NAA] ratio acquired from the tumor area at the 0 min is 6.08 ± 2.02, which was significantly different (p = .017) from that acquired after 6 min, 4.87 ± 2.13. The [Cho/NAA] ratio from the surrounding normal tissue area did not change significantly from spectra acquired at different times (0 min, 6 min). Absolute difference in [Cho/NAA] ratios acquired at 0 and 6 min time points were significantly higher (P < 0.001) in high-grade glioma (= 3.86 ± 3.31) than in low-grade glioma (= 0.81 ± 0.90), and control subjects (0.061 ± 0.026, P = 0.000), while there was no significantly difference in low-grade glioma and control subjects. Conclusions: Dynamic 1H-MRS can be useful for differential diagnosis between high-grade and low-grade gliomas as well as insight into the heterogeneity within the tumor.
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