Type

Journal Article

Authors

Philip Jakeman
Fintan Wallis
Mary Egan
Basant K Puri

Subjects

Chemistry

Topics
wilcoxon test chemical imaging magnetic resonance imaging magnetic field strength magnetic resonance spectroscopy correlation coefficient chemical compounds two dimensional

Repeatability of two-dimensional chemical shift imaging multivoxel proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy for measuring human cerebral choline-containing compounds. (2017)

Abstract To investigate the repeatability of proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy in the Two consecutive scans were carried out in six healthy resting subjects at a magnetic field strength of 1.5 T. On each occasion, neurospectroscopy data were collected from 64 voxels using the same 2D chemical shift imaging (CSI) sequence. The data were analyzed in the same way, using the same software, to obtain the values for each voxel of the ratio of Cho to creatine. The Wilcoxon related-samples signed-rank test, coefficient of variation (CV), repeatability coefficient (RC), and intraclass correlation coefficient (ICC) were used to assess the repeatability. The CV ranged from 2.75% to 33.99%, while the minimum RC was 5.68%. There was excellent reproducibility, as judged by significant ICC values, in 26 voxels. Just three voxels showed significant differences according to the Wilcoxon related-samples signed-rank test. It is therefore concluded that when CSI multivoxel proton neurospectroscopy is used to measure cerebral choline-containing compounds at 1.5 T, the reproducibility is highly acceptable.
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Philip Jakeman, Fintan Wallis, Mary Egan, Basant K Puri

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Philip M Jakeman
University of Limerick
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Mary Egan
University of Limerick
Total Publications: 4