Volume 20 No 12 (2022)
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The Role of Diffusion weighted Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Restaging Of Cancer Rectum After Neo-adjuvant Therapy
Mohamed Fouad Osman, Medhat Mohamed Madbouly , Shimaa H.I Desoukey2 , Mona H. Hassan2 , Amir Hanna2 , Asmaa Monir Ali2 , Dina Mostafa Hamzawy2 , Fatma Ali3 , Bahaa Eldeen Mahmoud Hussain , Amr Farouk Ibraheem , Shaimaa Fatouh Alkhouly
Neo-adjuvant chemotherapy and radiation has been shown to reduce tumour size and the risk of local recurrence in individuals with advanced rectal cancer. Apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC) is measured by diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (DWI), which is sensitive to inter-tumoral alterations generated by CRT and gives biological information pertaining to tumor cellularity and the integrity of cell membranes
Diffusion Magnetic Resonance, Cancer Rectum, Neo-adjuvant Therapy
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