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Agreement and Reliability between Clinically Available Software Programs in Measuring Volumes and Normative Percentiles of Segmented Brain Regions

Song H, Lee SA, Jo SW, Chang SK, Lim Y, Yoo YS, Kim JH, Choi SH, Sohn CH

Objective: To investigate the agreement and reliability of estimating the volumes and normative percentiles (N%) of segmented brain regions among NeuroQuant (NQ), DeepBrain (DB), and FreeSurfer (FS) software programs, focusing...
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Deep Learning-Based Assessment of Functional Liver Capacity Using Gadoxetic Acid-Enhanced Hepatobiliary Phase MRI

Park HJ, Yoon JS, Lee SS, Suk HI, Park B, Sung YS, Hong SB, Ryu H

Objective: We aimed to develop and test a deep learning algorithm (DLA) for fully automated measurement of the volume and signal intensity (SI) of the liver and spleen using gadoxetic...
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Evaluation of Reproducibility of Brain Volumetry between Commercial Software, Inbrain and Established Research Purpose Method, FreeSurfer

J, JY, Oh SW, Chung MS, Park JE, Moon Y, Jeon HJ, Moon WJ

Background and Purpose We aimed to determine the intermethod reproducibility between the commercial software Inbrain (MIDAS IT) and the established research-purpose method FreeSurfer, as well as the effect of MRI...
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Clinically Available Software for Automatic Brain Volumetry: Comparisons of Volume Measurements and Validation of Intermethod Reliability

Lee JY, Oh SW, Chung MS, Park JE, Moon Y, Jeon HJ, Moon WJ

Objective: To compare two clinically available MR volumetry software, NeuroQuant® (NQ) and Inbrain® (IB), and examine the inter-method reliabilities and differences between them. Materials and Methods: This study included 172 subjects...
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Morphologic Study of Gastric Sleeves by CT Volumetry at One Year after Laparoscopic Sleeve Gastrectomy

Nam KH, Choi SJ, Kim SM

Purpose: Laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy (SG) is now frequently performed as a definitive bariatric procedure. The aim of the study was to evaluate the detailed morphology of remnant stomachs after SG...
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Deep Learning Algorithm for Automated Segmentationand Volume Measurement of the Liver and Spleen UsingPortal Venous Phase Computed Tomography Images

Ahn Y, Yoon JS, Lee SS, Suk HI, Son JH, Sung YS, Lee Y, Kang BK, Kim HS

Objective: Measurement of the liver and spleen volumes has clinical implications. Although computed tomography (CT)volumetry is considered to be the most reliable noninvasive method for liver and spleen volume measurement,...
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Comparison of Vendor-Provided Volumetry Software and NeuroQuant Using 3D T1-Weighted Images in Subjects with Cognitive Impairment: How Large is the Inter-Method Discrepancy?

Chung J, Kim H, Moon Y, Moon WJ

Background: Determination of inter-method differences between clinically available volumetry methods are essential for the clinical application of brain volumetry in a wider context. Purpose: The purpose of this study was to...
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Optimal Attenuation Threshold for Quantifying CT Pulmonary Vascular Volume Ratio

Goo HW, Par SH

Objective: To evaluate the effects of attenuation threshold on CT pulmonary vascular volume ratios in children and young adults with congenital heart disease, and to suggest an optimal attenuation threshold. Materials...
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Cardiac CT for Measurement of Right Ventricular Volume and Function in Comparison with Cardiac MRI: A Meta-Analysis

Kim JY, Suh YJ, Han K, Kim YJ, Choi BW

OBJECTIVE: We performed a meta-analysis to evaluate the agreement of cardiac computed tomography (CT) with cardiac magnetic resonance imaging (CMRI) in the assessment of right ventricle (RV) volume and functional...
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Comparison of liver regeneration in laparoscopic versus open right hemihepatectomy for adult living donor liver transplantation

Yang J, Kim JM, Rhu J, Kim S, Lee S, Choi GS, Joh JW

BACKGROUNDS/AIMS: This study aims to compare differences between laparoscopic donor right hemihepatectomy (LDRH) and open donor right hemihepatectomy (ODRH) in the quality of the operation, postoperative complications, and liver regeneration...
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Ultrasonographic quantification of pleural effusion: comparison of four formulae

Ibitoye BO, Idowu BM, Ogunrombi , Afolabi BI

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the correlations of ultrasonographically estimated volumes of pleural fluid with the actual effusion volume in order to determine the most reliable...
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Clinical implication of hepatic volumetry for living donor liver transplantation

Jeong WK

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Use of Cardiac Computed Tomography for Ventricular Volumetry in Late Postoperative Patients with Tetralogy of Fallot

Kim HJ, Mun DN, Goo HW, Yun TJ

BACKGROUND: Cardiac computed tomography (CT) has emerged as an alternative to magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) for ventricular volumetry. However, the clinical use of cardiac CT requires external validation. METHODS: Both cardiac...
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Oral glucose tolerance test for preoperative assessment of liver function in liver resection

Neethirajan SM, Rachapoodivenkata RR

BACKGROUNDS/AIMS: We intended to determine the role of the Oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT), in addition to volumetry, in preoperative assessment of patients undergoing liver resection. METHODS: This was a prospective...
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Cognitive Dysfunction in Drug-induced Parkinsonism Caused by Prokinetics and Antiemetics

Ahn HJ, Yoo WK, Park J, Ma HI, Kim YJ

The use of prokinetics/antiemetics is one of the leading causes of drug-induced parkinsonism (DIP) observed in neurology clinics. Cognitive dysfunction in DIP has recently been recognized, but pathologies related with...
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Intra-Rater and Inter-Rater Reliability of Brain Surface Intensity Model (BSIM)-Based Cortical Thickness Analysis Using 3T MRI

Jeon JY, Moon WJ, Moon YS, Han SH

PURPOSE: Brain surface intensity model (BSIM)-based cortical thickness analysis does not require complicated 3D segmentation of brain gray/white matters. Instead, this technique uses the local intensity profile to compute cortical...
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A Study of Changes of Inversion Time Effect on Brain Volume of Normal Volunteers

Kim JH, Kim SH, Shin HS, Kim JE, Na JB, Park K, Choi DS

PURPOSE: The objective of this study was to analyze the brain volume according to the brain image of healthy adults in the 20s taken with different inversion time (TI). MATERIALS AND...
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Comparison of remnant to total functional liver volume ratio and remnant to standard liver volume ratio as a predictor of postoperative liver function after liver resection

Kim HJ, Kim CY, Hur YH, Koh YS, Kim JC, Cho CK, Kim HJ

BACKGROUNDS/AIMS: The future liver remnant (FLR) is usually calculated as a ratio of the remnant liver volume (RLV) to the total functional liver volume (RLV/TFLV). In liver transplantation, it is...
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Factors Influencing Liver and Spleen Volume Changes after Donor Hepatectomy for Living Donor Liver Transplantation

Bae JH, Ryeom H, Song JH

PURPOSE: To define the changes in liver and spleen volumes in the early postoperative period after partial liver donation for living-donor liver transplantation (LDLT) and to determine factors that influence...
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Reproducibility Analysis of Brain Volumetry Measured from Inter MR Scanner of Multi-Institute

Jung WB, Kang MJ, Son DB, Kim YJ, Lee YM, Kim YH, Eun CK, Mun CW

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to evaluate the variations of brain volumetry between the different MR scanners or the different institutes. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Ten normal subjects were scanned...
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