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JCR. 2020; 7(18): 3422-3429


THE ROLE OF DYNAMIC CONTRAST ENHANCED AND DIFFUSION WEIGHTED MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING IN ASSESSMENT OF ENDOMETRIAL CARCINOMA

Prof. Mohamed Mohamed Amin; Dr. Nasr Mohamad Mohamad Osman; Dr. Ahmed Rabee Salama, Rehab Mohamed Hassan.

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Abstract
This study to assess the role of dynamic MRI and MRI diffusion functional imaging modality in assessment of endometrial carcinoma using T2WI and contrast enhanced T1 MRI images. Patients and methods: The study carried out in women imaging unit at Radiology department, Minia University hospital. It will be conducted on 40 female patients with suspicious uterine lesion. Initially based on ultra-sound findings. Results: Our study was performed on 40 patients , their age ranged from 42 to 65 years and their mean age was 52.4 years. Regarding marietal state, Endometrial carcinoma is suspected more in married women about 30 patients from our study (75%)
Conclusion:
Our study supports the value of Dynamic post contrast enhanced MRI for evaluation of an abnormal endometrium in conjunction with MRI DWI . Specifically, abnormal signal of an endometrial abnormality on DWI, as well as irregularity of the endo-myometrial interface or of a focal endometrial lesion, were the most helpful MRI features in assessment of endometrial lesions.



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