|ECR 2019 / C-2567|
|Using ASL-perfusion to detection of residual glioblastoma tissue after surgical treatment|
In our study we showed the CBF value in tumor tissue is significantly higher than CBF in postoperative scar tissue. In this way the capacity of ASL perfusion is sufficient to identify residual tumor tissue in patients after surgical treatment of high-grade gliomas that have an aggressive course and expressed angiogenesis, it can be a crucial step in choosing an approach to further treatment and radiotherapy planning.
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