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Neuroradiology ; 2022 Jan 03.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-34981174


PURPOSE: To assess the diagnostic accuracy of using Alberta Stroke Program Early Computed Tomography Score (ASPECTS) on CT perfusion (CTP) map to predict a volumetric target mismatch in patients with acute ischemic stroke (AIS). METHODS: Three-hundred and seven AIS patients with an onset time within 24h or unclear onset time who underwent CTP evaluation for large vessel occlusion of anterior circulation were enrolled. CTP ASPECTS was evaluated on cerebral blood flow (CBF) and time-to-maximum (Tmax) colored maps, respectively. Automated perfusion analysis software was used to calculate the volumes of ischemic core (volumeCBF<30%) and tissue at risk (volumeTmax>6s). Target mismatch was defined as volumeCBF< 30%<70ml, volumemismatch≥15ml, and volumeTmax >6s/volume CBF< 30%≥1.8. Spearman correlation and receiver operating characteristic curves were used for statistical analyses. RESULTS: Strong correlations were found between CBF ASPECTS and volumeCBF<30%, and between Tmax ASPECTS and volumeTmax>6s for overall population (ρ=-0.872, -0.757) and late-arriving patients (ρ=-0.900, -0.789). Mismatch ASPECTS moderately correlated with mismatch volume for overall population (ρ=0.498) and late-arriving patients (ρ=0.407). A CBF ASPECTS≥5 optimally predicted an ischemic core volume<70ml in overall population (sensitivity, 94.4%; specificity, 80.4%) and late-arriving patients (sensitivity, 89.5%; specificity, 90.5%). A CBF ASPECTS≥6 combined with a Mismatch ASPECTS≥1 optimally identified a target mismatch in overall population (sensitivity, 84.5%; specificity, 77.0%) and late-arriving patients (sensitivity, 83.7%; specificity, 90.0%). CONCLUSION: CTP ASPECTS might be useful in predicting target mismatch derived from automated perfusion analysis software, and assisting in patient selection for endovascular therapy.

Acta Radiol ; : 2841851211069778, 2021 Dec 31.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-34970928


BACKGROUND: Target mismatch (ischemic core, mismatch volume and mismatch ratio) in patients with acute ischemic stroke (AIS) highly relies on the automated perfusion analysis software. PURPOSE: To evaluate the feasibility and accuracy of using the ABC/2 method to rapidly estimate the target mismatch on computed tomography perfusion (CTP) imaging in patients with AIS, using RAPID results as a reference. MATERIAL AND METHODS: In total, 243 patients with anterior circulation AIS who underwent CTP imaging were retrospectively reviewed. Target mismatch associated perfusion parameters were derived from RAPID results and calculated using the ABC/2 method. Paired t-test was used to assess the difference of volumetric parameters between the two methods. The ability of using the ABC/2 method to predict the important cutoff volumetric metrics was also evaluated. RESULT: There was no significant difference in the volumes of ischemic core (P = 0.068), ischemic area (P = 0.209), and mismatch volume (P = 0.518) between ABC/2 and RAPID. Using RAPID results as reference, the ABC/2 method showed high accuracy for predicting perfusion parameters (70 mL and 90 mL: sensitivity=98.5% and 98.5%, specificity=100% and 100%, positive predictive value [PPV]=100% and 100%, negative predictive value [NPV]=93.8% and 92.9%; 10 mL and 15mL: sensitivity=99.6% and 99.5%, specificity=55.6% and 50.0%, PPV=96.6% and 94.8%, NPV=90.9% and 92.3%; 1.2 and 1.8: sensitivity=99.6% and 94.8%, specificity=75.0% and 96.9%, PPV=98.7% and 99.5%, NPV=90.0% and 73.8%). CONCLUSION: The ABC/2 method may be a feasible alternative to RAPID for estimation of target mismatch parameters on CTP in patients with AIS.