Comparison of Image Quality of Multiple Magnetic Resonance Imaging Sequences in Multiple Myeloma
Multiple myeloma is a refractory malignant disease characterized by clonal hyper proliferation of plasma cells in the bone marrow microenvironment. In recent years, its incidence has gradually increased and it is younger. Magnetic resonance imaging is a medical imaging technology that has developed rapidly in recent years. Its application and promotion have greatly improved the level of medical services and scientific research. It has become one of the most important examination methods for myeloma. Magnetic resonance imaging has a high soft tissue resolution and has a high detection rate for multiple myeloma. However, there are few studies on the MM magnetic resonance scanning protocol, and the initial or follow-up examination methods have not been unified. Therefore, this paper subjectively and objectively evaluates the clinical images of MM patients with multiple sequences of magnetic resonance of different devices, and hopes to provide more advantageous examination methods for clinicians and patients. The experimental results show that magnetic resonance multisequence imaging can be ideal for clinical diagnosis and follow-up of MM patients.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: February 1, 2021
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