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Stereotactic body radiation therapy of liver tumors: post-treatment appearances and evaluation of treatment response: a pictorial review

Stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) is a noninvasive treatment technique for selected patients with primary liver tumors and liver-confined oligometastatic disease. Recently, SBRT has emerged as an alternative treatment option in non-surgical candidates and in whom percutaneous treatment meth... Full description

Journal Title: Abdominal Radiology 2016, Vol.41(10), pp.2061-2077
Main Author: Haddad, Mustafa
Other Authors: Merrell, Kenneth , Hallemeier, Christopher , Johnson, Geoffrey , Mounajjed, Taofic , Olivier, Kenneth , Fidler, Jeff , Venkatesh, Sudhakar
Format: Electronic Article Electronic Article
Language: English
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CT
MRI
PET
ID: ISSN: 2366-004X ; E-ISSN: 2366-0058 ; DOI: 10.1007/s00261-016-0768-x
Link: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00261-016-0768-x
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title: Stereotactic body radiation therapy of liver tumors: post-treatment appearances and evaluation of treatment response: a pictorial review
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  • Haddad, Mustafa
  • Merrell, Kenneth
  • Hallemeier, Christopher
  • Johnson, Geoffrey
  • Mounajjed, Taofic
  • Olivier, Kenneth
  • Fidler, Jeff
  • Venkatesh, Sudhakar
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  • Stereotactic body radiation therapy
  • Tumor response
  • Focal liver reaction
  • CT
  • MRI
  • PET
ispartof: Abdominal Radiology, 2016, Vol.41(10), pp.2061-2077
description: Stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) is a noninvasive treatment technique for selected patients with primary liver tumors and liver-confined oligometastatic disease. Recently, SBRT has emerged as an alternative treatment option in non-surgical candidates and in whom percutaneous treatment methods are not possible or contraindicated. The experience with SBRT continues to grow. There are currently no imaging guidelines for assessment of tumor response and follow-up schedule following SBRT. SBRT produces characteristic radiation-induced changes in the treated tumor and surrounding liver parenchyma. Knowledge of these changes is essential in the interpretation of follow-up imaging and assessment of treatment response. In this review, we will describe the CT, MRI, and PET imaging findings following SBRT of both the targeted liver tumor and surrounding hepatic parenchyma.
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abstractStereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT) is a noninvasive treatment technique for selected patients with primary liver tumors and liver-confined oligometastatic disease. Recently, SBRT has emerged as an alternative treatment option in non-surgical candidates and in whom percutaneous treatment methods are not possible or contraindicated. The experience with SBRT continues to grow. There are currently no imaging guidelines for assessment of tumor response and follow-up schedule following SBRT. SBRT produces characteristic radiation-induced changes in the treated tumor and surrounding liver parenchyma. Knowledge of these changes is essential in the interpretation of follow-up imaging and assessment of treatment response. In this review, we will describe the CT, MRI, and PET imaging findings following SBRT of both the targeted liver tumor and surrounding hepatic parenchyma.
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