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Adrenal Nodules at FDG PET/CT in Patients Known to Have or Suspected of Having Lung Cancer: A Proposal for an Efficient Diagnostic Algorithm

Adrenal Nodules at FDG PET/CT in Patients Known to Have or Suspected of Having Lung Cancer: A Proposal for an Efficient Diagnostic Algorithm,10.1148/r

Adrenal Nodules at FDG PET/CT in Patients Known to Have or Suspected of Having Lung Cancer: A Proposal for an Efficient Diagnostic Algorithm   (Citations: 9)
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Journal: Radiology , vol. 250, no. 2, pp. 523-530, 2009
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    • ...Two recent studies [14, 22] using a cut-off of the SUVmax >3.1 reported sensitivities of 98.5 and 97.3%, respectively...

    A. Ra Choet al. Evaluation of Adrenal Masses in Lung Cancer Patients Using F-18 FDG PE...

    • ...Algorithms for pre-operative evaluation of adrenal lesions based on anatomic (CT, MRI) and functional imaging (PET/CT) were developed in patients with lung cancer [9, 10 ]: while am ean CT attenuation of less than 10 Hounsfield units (HU) in an adrenal nodule is highly specific for benign lesions [11], adrenal lesions with mean CT attenuation greater than 10 HU are considered indeterminate and require evaluation with PET/CT or MRI; for ...
    • ...An SUV ratio (adrenal nodule SUVmax/liver SUVavg) cut-off of greater than 2.5 has been proposed for definitive identification of adrenal metastases with a specificity of 100%, sensitivity of 59.5%, and accuracy of 84.2% [10]...

    Anca M. Avramet al. Functional Imaging of Adrenocortical Carcinoma

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