Automated analysis of oxygen-enhanced MRI in cancer
01 Sep 2017
Bioxydyn collaborators at the University of Manchester have developed a new automated approach for the analysis of tumours to identify areas of hypoxia. The approach, which makes use of oxygen-enhanced MRI (OE-MRI) and dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI (DCE-MRI), allows the dentification of tumours with different levels of hypoxia, which is important in determining the optimum treatment for many cancer types. The work has been published in early view in Magnetic Resonance in Medicine.