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Comprehensive staging of newly diagnosed lung and colorectal cancer: Prospective multicentre comparison of whole body Magnetic Resonance Imaging with standard diagnostic imaging pathways
Project title: Comprehensive staging of newly diagnosed lung and colorectal cancer: Prospective multicentre comparison of whole body Magnetic Resonance Imaging with standard diagnostic imaging pathways
Call to action: 10/68 Early whole-body magnetic resonance imaging in the staging of cancer
Research type: Primary Research
Contractor: University College London
Co-investigators: Dr Anne Miles, Dr Ashley Groves, Dr Georgia Hardavella, Dr Neal Navani, Dr Rob Glynne-Jones, Dr Sandy Beare, Dr Shonit Punwani, Dr Susan Mallett, Mr Alf Oliver, Mrs Alison Morton, Professor Andrea Rockall, Professor Anwar Padhani, Professor Douglas Altman, Professor Dow-Mu Koh, Professor John Bridgewater, Professor Siow-Ming Lee, Professor Stephen Morris, Professor Steve Halligan, Professor Tobias Schaeffter, Professor Vicky Goh.
Started: October 2012 | Status: Published December 2019
This study found that, for both cancers, whole-body MRI was as sensitive as standard staging.
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