2017
DOI: 10.5606/tgkdc.dergisi.2017.12011
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Abstract: ÖZAmaç: Bu çalışmada, sigara içme öyküsü olmayan soliter pulmoner nodüllü hastalarda flor-18 florodeoksiglikoz pozitron emisyon tomografi/bilgisayarlı tomografinin ( 18 F-FDG PET/BT) tanısal gücü araştırıldı.Ça lış mapla nı:Haziran 2009 -Mart 2013 tarihleri arasında, sigara içme öyküsü olmayan, soliter pulmoner nodüllü olan, 18 F-FDG PET/BT görüntülemesi yapılan toplam 38 hasta (25 kadın, 13 erkek; ort. yaş 63±14 yıl; dağılım 23-84 yıl) retrospektif olarak incelendi. Her hastanın tıbbi öyküsü alındı ve maligni… Show more

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“…Positron emission tomography has also proved effective in the assessment of suspicious SPN. The standard strategy in this case consists of comparing the uptake value against some absolute or relative threshold: uptake in the nodule higher than background mediastinal activity [65] and/or SUV max > 2.5 are typically considered indicative of malignancy [66]. This approach has demonstrated good sensitivity but rather low specificity (pooled values in a recent meta-analysis [67], respectively, of 89% and 78%).…”
Section: Discrimination Between Benign and Malignant Pulmonary Nodulesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Positron emission tomography has also proved effective in the assessment of suspicious SPN. The standard strategy in this case consists of comparing the uptake value against some absolute or relative threshold: uptake in the nodule higher than background mediastinal activity [65] and/or SUV max > 2.5 are typically considered indicative of malignancy [66]. This approach has demonstrated good sensitivity but rather low specificity (pooled values in a recent meta-analysis [67], respectively, of 89% and 78%).…”
Section: Discrimination Between Benign and Malignant Pulmonary Nodulesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Several studies have proposed predictive models based on a range of combinations of radiomics features from CT, with overall reported accuracy between 70% and 95% [19][20][21][22][23][24][25][26]. Uptake parameters from 18 F fluodeoxyglucose (FDG) Positron Emission Tomography (PET henceforth) have also shown good diagnostic performance (accuracy between 65% and 91% in [3,8,[27][28][29][30]) with potential improvements coming from the characterisation of uptake heterogeneity [31,32]. In a recent meta-analysis, Jia et al [33] concluded that CT and PET/CT have both moderate-to-high diagnostic value in patients with SPN, with no significant differences between the two modalities.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In the literature, FDG uptake rate of adenocancers with a bronchoalveolar component is significantly lower than that of types without a bronchoalveolar component. [9,25] All 38 lesions identified as malign by PET-CT were pathologically defined as primary lung cancer. Some infective-inflammatory lesions show high F-18 FDG uptake, which can lead to false-positive results.…”
Section: (A) (B) (C)mentioning
confidence: 99%