Author | Robert Hermans, MD

Articles

Diffusion-weighted MRI moves beyond brain to other body parts

August 01, 2008

MR imaging can be used for many applications in oncology. Its main roles in cancer imaging are determining locoregional tumor extent, characterizing tumors, and monitoring treatment. MRI, like CT, relies on morphological criteria for lesion differentiation. This reliance, however, can make it difficult to detect small cancerous deposits and to differentiate tumor recurrence from treatment-induced tissue changes.

Diffusion-weighted MRI moves beyond brain

April 01, 2008

Monitoring water mobility offers an approach to cancer imaging that complements anatomy-based techniques