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Olivier Lucidarme, MD, PhD
Contrast Enhanced Ultrasound to Assess the Tumoral Microvasculature: Potential and Reality (View In English)
Olivier Lucidarme, MD, PhD
11/19/2012 | Time : 20 min
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Topics mentioned in this video : Title, Two pathways, Functional imaging: US strong points, Video clip, RFA, RFA: CEUS vs. CT?, GIST and Imatinib, Functional Imaging: qualitative assessment, Chart, Functional Imaging: quantitative assessment, French multicentric study #1, French multicentric study #2, French multicentric study #1: initial results, French multicentric study #2: initial results, Functional Imaging: quantitative assessment, Destruction replenishment, Two pathways, Targeted imaging, Sonographic image, BR55 targeted agent (Bracco), Rat Dunning model, Proof of concept, Conclusion, Thank you

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Keywords : BR55, Bracco Diagnostics, CEUS, contrast arrival, contrast enhanced ultrasound, contrast wash-out, early contrast phase, functional imaging, gastrointestinal stromal tumor, GIST, late contrast phase, microbubble, prostate cancer, radiofrequency ablation, RFA, Sonovue®, TACE, targeted imaging, transcatheter arterial chemoembolization

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