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posted on 03.03.2022, 04:31 by Fei Gao, Bin Shi, Peipei Wang, Chuanbin Wang, Xin Fang, Jiangning Dong, Tingting Lin
Purpose

This study aims to evaluate the value of 3.0T MRI Intravoxel Incoherent motion diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (IVIM-DWI) combined with texture analysis (TA) for evaluating extramural vascular invasion (EMVI) of rectal adenocarcinoma.

Methods

Ninety-six patients with pathologically confirmed rectal adenocarcinoma after surgical resections were collected. Patients were divided into the EMVI positive group (n=39) and the EMVI negative group (n=57). We measured the IVIM-DWI parameters and TA parameters of rectal adenocarcinoma. We compare the differences of the above parameters between the two groups and establish a prediction model through multivariate logistic regression analysis. the ROC curve was performed for parameters with each individual and in combination.

Results

ADC, D, D* value between the two groups were statistically significant (P= 0.015,0.031,0). Six groups of texture parameters were statistically significant between the two groups (P=0.007,0.037,0.011,0.005,0.007,0.002). Logistic regression prediction model shows that GLCM entropy_ALL DIRECTION_offset7_SD and D* are important independent predictors, and the AUC of the regression prediction model was 0.821, the sensitivity was 92.98%, the specificity was 61.54%, and the Yoden index was 0.5452. The AUC was significantly higher than that of other single parameters.

Conclusion

3.0T MRI IVIM-DWI parameters combined with texture analysis can provide valuable information for EMVI evaluation of rectal adenocarcinoma before the operation.

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