High-resolution in vivo imaging of xylem-transported CO2 in leaves based on real-time 11C-tracing Universiteit Gent
Magnetic resonance imaging of third molars in forensic age estimation : comparison of the Ghent and Graz protocols focusing on apical closure Universiteit Gent
Purpose: To compare the Ghent and Graz magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) protocols for third molars, focusing on the assessment of apical closure. To study the influence of (1) voxel size and (2) head fixation using a bite bar. To compare both protocols with a ground truth of apical development.Materials and Methods: In eleven healthy volunteers 3T MRI was conducted, including four Ghent sequences and two Graz sequences, with and without bite ...
Dynamic changes in hippocampal diffusion and kurtosis metrics following experimental mTBI correlate with glial reactivity Universiteit Gent
11C-Autoradiographs to image phloem loading Universiteit Gent
Management of vertebral radiotherapy dose in paediatric patients with cancer : consensus recommendations from the SIOPE radiotherapy working group Universiteit Gent
Inhomogeneities in radiotherapy dose distributions covering the vertebrae in children can produce long-term spinal problems, including kyphosis, lordosis, scoliosis, and hypoplasia. In the published literature, many often interrelated variables have been reported to affect the extent of potential radiotherapy damage to the spine. Articles published in the 2D and 3D radiotherapy era instructed radiation oncologists to avoid dose inhomogeneity ...
A 3D CFD model of the interstitial fluid pressure and drug distribution in heterogeneous tumor nodules during intraperitoneal chemotherapy Universiteit Gent
Multimodality imaging in small animal radiotherapy Universiteit Gent
New fluoroethyl phenylalanine analogues as potential LAT1-targeting PET tracers for glioblastoma Universiteit Gent KU Leuven
The path toward PET-guided radiation therapy for glioblastoma in laboratory animals : a mini review Universiteit Gent
Glioblastoma is the most aggressive and malignant primary brain tumor in adults. Despite the current state-of-the-art treatment, which consists of maximal surgical resection followed by radiation therapy, concomitant, and adjuvant chemotherapy, progression remains rapid due to aggressive tumor characteristics. Several new therapeutic targets have been investigated using chemotherapeutics and targeted molecular drugs, however, the intrinsic ...