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Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Diagnosis and Analysis of Bone Tumors and Bone Tuberculosis

Carlo A. Liverane (Department of Gynecology, Humanitas San Pio X, Milano 20159, Italy)
Jacopo Di Giusepp (Woman’s Health Sciences Department, Gynecologic Section, Polytechnic University of Marche, Ancona 60100, Italy)
Andrea Ciavattinni (Woman’s Health Sciences Department, Gynecologic Section, Polytechnic University of Marche, Ancona 60100, Italy)

Abstract


The purpose of the study is to explore the diagnostic value of magnetic resonance imaging in bone tuberculosis and bone tumors. Firstly, 148 patients with bone tumor and bone tuberculosis were selected, 74 cases in each group. Perform magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) examinations on all patients, relevant parameters were set and the changes in the value of the dispersion system were recorded to obtain T1-weighted imaging and T2-weighted imaging. The results showed that among 74 patients, 41 cases were bone damage, 38 cases were joint swelling, 27 cases were sparse bone, 10 cases were bone hyperplasia and 5 cases were dead bone and calcification. The imaging manifestations of bone tumors were 45 cases of fractures, 26 cases of surrounding soft tissue infiltration, 10 cases of hip duct enlargement and 11 cases of sacral foramen enlargement. After MRI diagnosis, the accuracy of diagnosing 74 cases of bone tumor was 100%, and the accuracy of diagnosing 65 cases of bone tuberculosis was 87.84%. The difference between the two groups was statistically significant (P<0.05). The diffusion sensitivity coefficient of MRI weighted imaging was 150 s/mm2, and there was no significant difference in ADC values between the two groups (P>0.05). When the diffusion sensitivity coefficient is 300 s/mm2, and the difference between the two groups was statistically significant (P<0.05). Therefore, MRI had a certain diagnostic value for bone tuberculosis and bone tumors, and MRI had a higher diagnostic value and richer information for bone tumors. Corresponding treatment can be performed to improve the prognosis.


Keywords


Magnetic resonance imaging; Bone tuberculosis; Tumor diagnosis

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.30564/amor.v5i4.247

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