PET/MRI Imaging in High-Risk Sarcoma: First Findings and Solving Clinical Problems

  • Schuler M
  • Richter S
  • Beuthien-Baumann B
  • et al.
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Abstract

Simultaneous positron emission tomography (PET) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a new whole-body hybrid PET/MR imaging technique that combines metabolic and cross-sectional diagnostic imaging. Since the use of MRI in imaging of soft-tissue sarcoma is extremely beneficial, investigation of the combined PET/MRI is of great interest. In this paper, we present three cases and first data. Combined PET/MRI technique can support the process of clinical decision-making and give answers to some meaningful questions when treating patients with STS. Therefore, the combined modality of simultaneous PET/MRI offers new pieces to the puzzle of sarcoma treatment.

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Schuler, M. K., Richter, S., Beuthien-Baumann, B., Platzek, I., Kotzerke, J., van den Hoff, J., … Reichardt, P. (2013). PET/MRI Imaging in High-Risk Sarcoma: First Findings and Solving Clinical Problems. Case Reports in Oncological Medicine, 2013, 1–6. https://doi.org/10.1155/2013/793927

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