CONTRIBUCION DE LA PET CON 11C-METIONINA EN PACIENTES TRATADOS DE GLIOMAS CON RM NO CONCLUYENTE PARA LA DIFERENCIACION ENTRE RECURRENCIA TUMORAL Y RADIONECROSIS

Autores/as

  • Jose Ramon Garcia Garzon
  • Pilar Teixidor Rodriguez
  • Miguel Baquero Munera
  • Marina Soler Peter
  • Ana Miriam Staitie Galí
  • Carme Balaña Quintero

Palabras clave:

poster, seram, glioma, 11C-Metionina

Resumen

Objetivos
Valorar la contribución de la 11C-Metionina-PET en el manejo de los pacientes tratados de gliomas en la diferenciación precoz entre recurrencia tumoral vs radionecrosis.

Material y métodos
Treinta pacientes diagnosticados de glioma de alto grado tratados con cirugía+radioterapia+quimioterapia (5-18 meses) con hallazgos RM indeterminados a los que se efectuó 11C-Metionina PET (<15 días).
Análisis visual de 11C-Metionina-PET: grado de intensidad y morfología de captación. Cálculo de relación SUVmáximo delesión y SUVmedio del lóbulo contralateral (L/F). Fusión PET/RM por software (SPM8) tras efectuar secuencia T1-3D en la misma sesión.
El manejo de los pacientes se decidió en el comité de neuro-oncología: seguimiento clínico-imagen, tratamiento de segunda línea o cirugía.

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2018-11-22

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Garcia Garzon, J. R., Teixidor Rodriguez, P., Baquero Munera, M., Soler Peter, M., Staitie Galí, A. M., & Balaña Quintero, C. (2018). CONTRIBUCION DE LA PET CON 11C-METIONINA EN PACIENTES TRATADOS DE GLIOMAS CON RM NO CONCLUYENTE PARA LA DIFERENCIACION ENTRE RECURRENCIA TUMORAL Y RADIONECROSIS. Seram. Recuperado a partir de https://piper.espacio-seram.com/index.php/seram/article/view/328

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