Interest of PET-MRI in the Management of GIT NETs
Introduction: Assessment of GIT NET requires different imaging exams including CT, MRI, Scintigraphy. The hybrid PET-CT machine impacted the management of TNEs. The whole body PET-MRI version is available but poorly evaluated.
Aim(s): Evaluation of PET-MRI in the management of consecutive GIT NETs.
Materials and methods: From 2017 up to 2019, PET- MRIs were proposed to all consecutive patients with a histologically proven digestive NET. They gave informed consent, underwent PET-MRI every 6 months, had chest and abdominal imaging (appropriate IV infused CT) close (less than 6 months) to the PET-MRI. All images were reviewed in a mutidisciplinary meeting every 6 months.
Conference: 17th Annual ENETSConcerence (2020)
Presenting Author: Tannoury J
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